could be the stalk (switch) this is a separate switch to the main beam but the whole stalk needs replacing
Possible that both dip beam bulbs have blown
If the low beams are not working on a Peugeot 306, it is possible that the low beam headlights are burned out. If the high beam headlamps are part of the same bulb, perhaps the wrong bulbs are in the sockets. Some older cars have both the high and low beams running off the same bulb and the low beam can burn out both sides at the same time.
yes left and right
Bulbs burnt out? Bad hi-low beam switch? Voltage spike?
As silly as it sounds, both low beam bulbs are most likely blown. If not, check switch in the steering column.
the bulbs in your car have two filaments, high beam and low beam. as you generally use mainly low beam the filament wears out a lot quicker than high beam. so replace your bulbs, as it couldn't be anything else.
yes both are same
Because both the bulbs have blown.
Bad bulbs they are double filamented perhaps one filament burned out Bad switch Bad Low beam relay
No, the headlights are dual-beam so there is one bulb on each side for both low and high beam. See related links which further highlights this point.
Turn on the headlights and walk to front of car and see if both headlights are on. Make sure to check both the high beam and low beam head lights. I believe that the blinking light you are seeing is to tell you that one of the headlight bulbs is burnt out and needing replacement. That's the Daytime running light indicator. Check that they are working.
yes,4 separate bulbs,2high beam-2 low beam
Any light can burn out, no matter how unlikely it may be that both low beam lights cease working simultaneously.
The computer attached to the under hood fuse box controls the headlights. You have a wiring issue between the computer and the lights.
Yes, I would start with the fuse.
A '98 Fiesta uses H7 bulbs, which comprises both your dipped beam and your main beam.
Both headlights might be out on your 2001 Ford Escape because you have blown a fuse or several fuses. You also might have light bulbs that have burned out.
Possibly two bulbs, possibly the switch. Get it diagnosed. check your fuses for your headlights. i have a '97 accord and installed aftermarket headlights and one day one of my lowbeams wouldn't work but my high beams would be on with my low beams on, and when i switched for the highbeams, my low beams would both go out. you can get a thing at shucks, or even walmart, to check the fuse to see if it's working, very simple to use. :) Did you try replacing the one headlight that only works on the high beam mode? First check to see if you have a relay. If it dont have one, the problem lies on the dimmer switch. Locate the dimmer switch. On some vehicles the dimmer switch is part of your headlight switch. If only one of your headlights is affected then it probably isn't a fuse or relay. A light that is both a low beam and a high beam has two filaments. One of the filaments is probably broken. Replace the headlight and it should fix the problem. i did replace the lamp on a 96 sunfire and the low beam still does not function. highbeams work fine, but no low beams on both headlights now. I have a similar problem. Both headlights low beam filaments on my WRX STi had blown and the replacement low beam filaments blew too??? So I've still only got high beam which is fine but other drivers are getting a wee bit annoyed (and rightly so)All fuses are good and correct factory ampage. The new bulbs are H4's which is the factory correct bulbs yet low beam filaments gone on both bulbs. I'm bewildered...
It sounds like the low beam/high beam switch is bad. Fuses are not the problem since they are built into the headlight switch and would cause headlights to blink or not come on for both high and low beam headlights.
replace high/low beam switch
Replace your dimmer switch and this should fix your problem Or both bulbs could be bad
If you mean the headlight bulbs themselves; no. There is a sealed-beam and a miniture halogen option in both years and both the sealed-beam bulb numbers and the miniture halogen bulb numbers do NOT match. If you're trying to upgrade the 03, see sources and related links below for options.
A reset button for headlights?
Camry 1999 has only on bulb for both low and high beams.