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Check the breaker on the driver side kick panal under the fuse box , mounted next to the fire wall yellow and white wires 10 mm bolt remove and on the end insert small pick into the hole to reset the breaker
Hello, the 15A tail fuse is the only fuse in this circuit, yes there is a short to ground, remove all the bulbs in the rear and check to see if the fuse still blows, if not the problem is at the rear lights, possibly a wrong bulb in one of the sockets or s short between the green wires(power) and ground(white/black) wires. If this doesn't stop the short then the problem is up front, possibly a parking or side marker light, do the same, remove the bulbs, if the fuse stays in replace the bulbs one by one until it blows again to isolate which light is causing the problem.
The globes filament for low beam are most likely both blown . Check if the plug is getting voltage when the low beam is on or buy a replacement globe and check if this is the case.
How do you know both low beams stopped at the same time ?
They most likely blown at different times but you notice it when both go out and you have zero light. Had this happen to me on a ford falcon EA . Was the globes.
Try not to handle the glass on the replacement globes if Halcyon globes .