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Lights go out

I try to turn on the high beam head lights and all the headlights go out

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Well it sounds funny but have you replaced the bulbs some times ya they will both go out.

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It sounds like your high beam switch is bad.

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Good day:
the following is what you can do to test to see whats going on
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3.use a fused jumper across the battery positive voltage supply circuit and the switched high beam voltage supply circuit. if the high beam come on now replace the head light relay, if the high beams don't come on then you will have to replace the LH I/P fuse block. I would most likely say that it's the relay just because of the year. I gave you a lot here I hope this helps

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