Question about 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer
They are most likely separately fused so you don't lose both high and low at once and I would check there first.
If the fuses are good, locate and pull the relay(s) that directly control each set and there may be two of them, one to let you
blink to pass.'
Your car is new enough so that corrosion should not be a problem but a relay could easily fail at any time.
As crappy as they are typically made, it's a wonder they work at all.
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