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Headlights wont work on a 2004 mazda 6\r\ntailights and flashers work , had both bulbs replaced less than a month ago, just had a new alternator installed now no headlights help

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Right headlight wont work bulb is ok what to do

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Hi how can i replace my Mazda ^ 2006 headlight bulb ?


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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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It may have something to do with your headlights, but my first thought is they are just a symptom of another problem.

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Get back to me with the results. Once the alternator is ruled out we can check a possible headlight problem. But this way, at least you won't be stranded somewhere with a dead battery.


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