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High beams work for both lights, 1 low beam does not


Check for power with a test light with the light connected. If you have power then its the ground. If no power then you will need to trace the wire back to find break. As I recall they did have seperate fuse for left and right headlight high & low beam. Also did you get a defective new bulb?

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No power to right side (PS) headlight low beam plug socket, new bulb, fuse is good. High beam works, blinker works, park light works. just no low beam and doesn't register any voltage on volt meter.


check low beam fuse when switched on if it has voltage registering across the fuse ,if there is voltage across the low beam RHS fuse then it is possibly a pinched wire from the headlight running back towards inside of the car

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I have a mazda 6 that has a headlight problem, low beams do not work and high beams do. It started with one light goning out and next time i started the car the second one went out. Also front makers went...


if your vehicle has H4 headlight bulbs fitted you will find that they have both high & low beam filaments in them,what has most likely happened is that the low beam filaments are blown & the bulbs need to be replaced, also you may find that high & low beam circuits are on separate fuses, & also the front markers may have there own fuse check the fuses as well.......hope this helps......cheers.

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On my 99 jetta My headlights don't turn on only the driving orange lights and the hight beams work but there is only one bulb for both? And my wiper lever doesn't work the wiring is all messed up and...


have you checked the fuse for the head lights? it only has one bulb for both low and high beams, so it could be the low beam fuse that went out, and if not replace the light bulbs, but make sure you check the fuses first.. good luck!

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The high beams work but the low beams dont


Check the fuses. If both low-beams went out at exact same time, it is probably the fuse (hopefully not a wiring short).
If they went out with a couple days or weeks of each other, it could just be the bulbs. They typically have very close lifespans and if they were installed at the same time, could burn out near the same time.
If the fuse is good, take the bulbs out. Look for a break in the filament.
Sometimes a fuse can break right at the base and you can't see it and sometimes a bulb can burn out without breaking the filament. If you can't see a break in either, start by replacing the fuse. (You can even take a same sized fuse out of a non-vital electronic (maybe radio, or power windows) and put it in the low beam spot.) If they work, there's the problem. Replace the missing fuse and your good. If not, then replace the bulbs.

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1998 Accord headlights only work on high beam


some have separate fuses and/or relays for hi and low beam. If those are ok then it's probably in thew switch. good luck

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Both low beams do not work. High beams do work


check fuses for low headlight fuse blown highly unlikely both bulbs went out at once.

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Low beams stopped working simultaneously


Well I would certainly check the fuse because that both lights burned out. If only one had burned out I would replace the bulb. If the fuse is good I would purchase 1 bulb and see if the new bulb works. Often times people will replace both bulbs because they come in 2 packs cheaper than singles. This also can cause both to burn out at the same time. Check the fuse and then replace a light, if replacing one light works replace the other, this should cure the problem.

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My high beams stopped working,low beams still work


I have checked the Toyota web sites and the general conscientious is the high beam switch is defective.

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