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Tear into it. It probably has some bulbs out or LEDs. On newer cars, these are typically soldered in. If they are soldered, they are typically "un-serviceable" from the manufacturer so you have to do the solder work yourself. It's not hard you can get a solder kit from radioshak for cheap and then google to see what bulbs your car used. I would replace all the bulbs at the same time since 1 went out, others are just as old and likely to fail shortly after.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When we pulled the headlights out both low beams were blown and the high beams were still OK, so we replaced both of them. I can't imagine that they both just blew at the same time, but maybe 1 had been out and I did not realize it till the other one blew? Thanks anyway.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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