Definitions

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  • adj. used of headlights

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Examples

  • Honda Motor Co. announced that it would recall 1,355,217 Fit subcompact cars because of a flaw that could lead to the failure of the low-beam headlights.

    Honda Recalls Fit Model

  • Honda is recalling over 143,000 2007-2008 Honda Fits due to a potential problem with the low-beam headlights.

    Recall: 2007-2008 Honda Fit—Headlight problem

  • This could allow corrosion, resulting in the connector to overheat and causing the low-beam headlights to not function.

    Recall: 2007-2008 Honda Fit—Headlight problem

  • The plating on the wiring harness connectors for the low-beam circuit may become worn from use.

    Recall: 2007-2008 Honda Fit—Headlight problem

  • Typical options in this price range include a rear seat entertainment system, touch-screen navigation system, 10-gigabyte jukebox music player, and dual Xenon high - and low-beam headlamps.

    Sneak peek: 2011 Saab 9-5

  • According to Nippies, Victoria Beckham's low-beam intentions were good, but she made the mistake of sticking on thick, shiny, heavy silicone shields.

    Leslie Goldman: Going Upper Commando in Style

  • Typical options in this price range include a rear seat entertainment system, touch-screen navigation system, 10-gigabyte jukebox music player, and dual Xenon high- and low-beam headlamps.

    Sneak peek: 2011 Saab 9-5

  • The lights also have a distinct ramp-shaped cutoff between light and darkness at the top of the low-beam pattern.

    Automotive turkeys 2008

  • As I counted five, a wash of light from a pair of low-beam headlights faintly illuminated the pavement just outside my window.

    Shift

  • You know, we've been broadcasting throughout the morning that there was some fog in the area and people need to reduce their speed, increase their slowing distances and drive with their low-beam headlights.

    CNN Transcript Feb 12, 2008

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