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Sounds like a wiring problem. You may need a repair book to track it all down. Could be a ground connection too.
The headlight switch sends power to the dimmer, then thru the body control module, then the high and low beam relays, then the four fuses, then the actual headlights. So you should have power on the low or high beam fuses depending on which way the dimmer switch is positioned.
with the hood open above the headlight assembly toward the ends of the assembly you should see 2 bolts one at each side of the assembly that go down through it these hold the assembly in the car.they should be 10mm and you need to remove them then pull it out of the car.looking at the back you can undo the headlight plug and turn the locking ring counter clockwise and remove the bulb.assemble in reverse order and don`t overtighten the mounting bolts.
Start by cleaning battery terminals try to start if headlights are bright and nothing check the starter relay by the fuses stick the same type from another circuit or a spare one where it says spare. Try to start if the lights are bright hit the starter with a hammer a few times while someone has the key turned if it starts you need a new starter. If lights go out recharge battery or replace battery
Hold you hand on the light switch after a while of driving with the lights on and see if it is getting hot. If it is replace it, if it doesn't seem to be hot, you still might want to replace it. There is a terminal in the back of the light switch that melts so be prepared to go to the junk yard and cut another one off, but make sure that you solder the repacement one in since wire connectors will only heat back up and do the same thing again.
your problem is normal. I see this problem weekly. you need to replace the front electronic module located at the front of the underhood fuse box/relay center. it has four torx screws that have to come off and just pull module forward then plug new one in and tighten the screws. good luck