1.- check up the conecctor to the light beam
2.- be sure than you have a good ground connection
3.- check the light beam filamets ,it can be broken
4.- I'm pretty sure than your problem is in the conector because the come loose and you loose a good contact
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either both of your low beam headlights are burned out or you might have a bad dimmer switch. I would pull out one of the headlights and check in on your battery to see if it is burned out (you could also check for continuity of the filaments with a multi-meter if you have one). sometimes trucks with tilt columns have broken wires in the column where it flexes as you tilt the wheel (usually high mileage vehicles or ones with loose columns). good luck
The switch could be out. Under the dash their will be a pannel that covers the stering wheel shaft remove this. On the top of the shaft their will be two bars that go down to a box, one is for the ignition the other is the high beams. Replace the box that the light switch goes to. This should fix ya.