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2005 Headlights won't work

My headlights won't turn on. They only work with the Hi beams. What could be causing that?

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this problem could be caused by a bad ground wire ...or the switch could be bad i would try to check the bulbs first and then check the wires and after this i would check the switch

get someone to turn lights on and reach in and wiggle the wires see if the light come on if so then it could be a bad connection if not then will have to try the other things i said

hope this helps you out have a good day :)

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