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Both headlights out, was wondering if this is typical or was a possible recall issue

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If both headlights went out at the same time, you might check the fuse for them. Your owner's manual should indicate where they are, and the compartment they are in usually has a diagram on it indicating which fuse goes to what. If they went out separately over a period of time, you might have to replace the bulbs. If both your high beams and your low beams are out, I would think it was a fuse. There are, of course, always other and more expensive possibilities (switches, etc.)

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