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Both low beam headlights have stopped working at the same time. Checked the fuses (under the hood) #4 fuse and #5 fuse. Not blown. What is the probability that both headlight bulbs would go out at same time? 2006 subaru tribeca. Thanks1

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VERY GOOD ONCE ONE LIGHT GOES OUT THE OTHER IS SOON TO FOLLOW,

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