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Toyota Matrix 2006 Low beams do not turn on, High beams OK I found fuse box under hood, but no manual to decide which fuse is which

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    msuestrgzr Feb 14, 2012

    under the fuze cover it shows the line-up of the fuzes and has on each one the purpose they serve.

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Ther will be no separate fuse for high and low beam. Just one fuse for headlights. Change the bulbs. Buy the dielectric jelly, store rep will know what it is

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