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Why would only one light come on when using low beams but all four come on when using high beams on a 1988 Lincoln Town Car?

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2004-06-27 18:23:34
2004-06-27 18:23:34

easy....you have a low beam headlight burned out. Take a trip to your local parts store and they will fix you up.

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