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My audi's head light on the passanger side does not work the high beam works the blinkers work but the low beam does not. We have someone who is looking at the car and seems to think we need the whole light bucket. What do you think?

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Sounds odd to me. I have never heard of a 'light bucket'. Perhaps you're referring to the complete headlight casing. The whole unit should not need to be replaced unless it it broken and allowing rain to enter. If the housing is not cracked the headlight bulb is the first thing to suspect.

You can find a new bulb for about $20.

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