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Old 03-21-2012, 08:16 AM
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high beams dont work, but low beams do?

I was driving home at night and had my lw beams on. When I pushed the stalk forward to put the high beams on, the lights just shut off completely?! Low beams work fine and if I pull the stalk back, the high beams work as long as I keep it held baCK. Whats going on here?
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Probably a bad multifunction lever...or both your high beam elements blew at once. I think there might be a relay for the high beams on your truck...not sure where though. Could be bad. Good luck man!
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I have hids so there's only one filament and the bulb socket moves.
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