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Q: Headlight not working

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My car was in an accident, and the right headlight is not working even though the bright lights work.

A: The headlight low beam may have gone bad wh...

The headlight low beam may have gone bad when you got in the accident. The bulb would need to be checked and replaced. I recommend seeking a qualified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, to come and test your vehicle for you. They will be able come up with a proper diagnostic for your headlight and replace your headlamp bulb if needed.

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