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About a week ago the passenger head light quit, changed bulb nothing. today the drivers side light quit as well. So now I have no headlights. The high beams work great still. Where should I start looking?

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First check the fuses located inside the hood or under the dash. If any are burned replace them. If not, then replace both headlight bulbs and try it. If that is not the problem check the dimmer switch. The best and easiest way to find out is to take the car for a trouble code free at most autoparts stores.

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