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Headlights Hi, I have a 2006 Escape, whenever i activate the fullbeam headlights the main headlights go out (this has happened from the day i bought the car), Is this something i can fix myself? or should i take it back to the dealer

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This is normal as far as i am aware, i have the same problem and went to the ford dealer, they werent sure so they rang the mazda dealer (ford escape is basically a mazda tribute) i was told that this was normal.

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