Originally Posted by Legaux
NO I tired replacing with exact bulbs that come with car, but they both stop working at the same exact time which leads me to something centralized.
I'm with Starship. Go to the headlights and test the socket for +12V on one wire and a proper ground on the other.
If you find +12V when you turn on the low beams then the supply circuit is working so you have one of two issues: 1) the bulb is bad (bad straight out of the box is rare but it happens), or 2) the ground path is not complete.
If you don't have +12V on any wire with the low beams on then you need to check for the correct relay in the fuse block, a fuse that appears good but isn't, burned or damaged wires, damaged terminals, and finally a bad MFS (multifunction switch).
Check these things out and come back for some more input if you need it. The MFS might be the hardest to diagnose so save it for last.