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Dodge Repair/'04 Stratus: no low beam headlamps


i have no low beam lights both sides.

Hi George,
I assume this is a 4 dr sedan sold in the U.S. I also assume it does not have the automatic actuating headlamp feature. I also assume that your high beam lights do work. Let me know if any of these assumptions are wrong.
The fuses for the low beam lamps are # 11 and 12 in the fuse box in the cabin, so check those.
Do you have a voltmeter or 12v glow light so you can check the wiring circuits to look for other possibilities that I can tell you about?
Was there any history to this problem: did both bulbs cease to work together, or did one stop and then the other later?

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