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Every time I switch my headlights from low beams to high beams the fuse blows to the right headlight

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    I have a similar problem except I have no headlights when I pull back on the headlight switch. Scary as heck too when you have no lights at all!!

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Seems like you have wires touching on the high beam circut its shorting out and blowing the fuse, remove the cover (where the bulb goes) and check no bare wires are touching also check the wires around the switch for high beams make sure all is good and nothing touching, Failing all that get a new switch, hope this helps

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