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The diagrams are the same. I just double checked them. Yes, for his year, there is no relay. That came with the 2004/2005 years.

If you look, the Multifunction switch does the switching for the high beam. On the diagram of the headlights, page 85-2, please notice that the symbol shows two elements on each light with a common ground. one left and one right.
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I will study the schematics to see if I can understand how the current is flowing. My initial thought is that there must be a different power source/wireing for the flash function than for running high beam. That could explain why the flash function is OK, but not normal high beam light.
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Terminal 12: High Beam Gray/Orange wire
Terminal 13: Low Beam Red/Black wire
Terminal 15: Main Power for Low/High Beam Red/Yellow wire
Terminal 196: Power for Flash Function Dark Blue/Orange wire

Fuse 10 supplies power to Terminals 196 and 15 (Flash/Low/High Beam)

Please refer to the Testing Procedure and drawing on the left side of this diagram:

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