Low beans dont work change fuses and bulbs

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Asked by Jul 11, 2016 at 01:55 PM about the 2001 Buick Century Custom

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Low beans don't work
change fuses and bulbs
and switch

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My low beans don't work

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It is probably the headlight switch..... There are no fuses on the headlight.....if it was a bad ground neither the high or low would work.... I don't have a manual for your car...other possibilities... dimmer sw......relay

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If your high beams work, and your low beams don't, your multifunction switch has gone bad. The switch is on the steering column, and has the turn signals, wipers, high beams and hazards. In short, there is a contact in the switch that breaks and won't let the low beams reference ground, and therefore won't work.

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