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Headlights don't work. They do work on high beam.

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Your dimmer switch (on the column)most likely is broken. Sometimes the beams can burn out together but this is rare. You can try to fix this yourself but only if you feel confident and autozone does have online repair manuals if you use their free registration. It can run about 300-400 dollars at a reputable shop.

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