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It sounds like you are confused about how your headlamp system is supposed to work. The DRL does not run on the High beam circuit, it runs on the low beam circuit. The fog lamps are supposed operate with the park lamps and also with the low beams, not the high beams. From your description, I would say that your system is operating as designed and you are having trouble telling High from Low. (Don't feel bad, that is why high beam indicators were invented in the first place.)
more than likely a fuse or a relay is bad. locate the fuse for the headlights (owners manual) and check if it is bad, if the fuse is good, find the relay and give it a flick or two and try the headlights then, if they work, its time for a new relay
The fuse must be in the main fuse box. The position and function of the fuses is normally marked on the inside of the fuse box cover and also in the owner's handbook. If you don't come right with these, work your way through the fuses looking for a blown one. To ease your search the low beam fuse it should be around 15 to 20 amps.
yes you need to adjust it find a wall that you can see both beams and do the adjustment neccesary and your on your way common when roads are not the best or you hit something lightly the headlights change position
the fog lights and the headlights work together. the fog light switch is in the on off switch for the headlights push the knob would be pulled out for your fog lights and pushed in for your headlights and just turn to on position