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1985 jag xj6 passenger head light does'nt work

The passenger head light and marker light does not work on low beam. It does work on high beam though.any thoughts?

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From memory they they are both ran off of the same bulb remove the bulb and inspect the element inside the bulb and insure it is not broken if so replace it if your new bulb is a halogen bulb do not touch the glass on the bulb to avoid hotspots on the bulb Hope this helped

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