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My car is a 1995 mazda 626 headlght problem.....low beams dont work at all...high beams will work when you pull switch towards you but not in there regular spot..i checked the bulbs and there ok....before they stopped working at all they would work and not work...and sometimes if you played with the switch they would work again....when i was driving one night they just stopped working....i had to pull the switch towards me and drive with the highbeams on to get home...day time lights work fine to so you know...any help would be great...thx... i'm thinking the switch at the wheel is the problem.....jeff

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