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I recently purchased a 2000 Catera. My (low beam) headlights and fog lamps are not working. The fuses aren't blown, the lamps aren't burnt out and the transmitters appear to be in good condition. I still have full use of day time running lights and the high beams. Have you heard of this problem before? Any ideas as to a fix? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
 

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You don't need separate threads for each headlight...
 

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Really!!! Thanks for the tip... I was actually looking for some advise that would be helpful in regards to my Catera, not the mistake I made by submitting this twice.
 

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I have the same problem with my 01. You have looked into much further then I have. May be a dumb question but what do you mean when you say transmitters?
 

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Really!!! Thanks for the tip... I was actually looking for some advise that would be helpful in regards to my Catera, not the mistake I made by submitting this twice.
Sorry. I was just fooling around.

Ok, lets try to help now. When you turn headlights "on", and they don't go on, are the DRLs affected at all, or do they just remain constant?
 
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