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Headlights wont burn on low beam

I have a 1985 nissan pickup truck and the low beam headlights wont work only the high beams will work can anybody help me please

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I had a similar problem. I found the switch under the steering wheel cowling was broke. I actually glued and repaired it and have had no further problems.

It has been a long time since I did it but I remember it was fairly easy to remove the cowling and inspect the switch. Good luck, ml

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Check to make sure that both lamps aren't burnt out-halogens like to do that.

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