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98 Cherokee low beam lights work but the high beams will not

I have replaced both head lights twice. When I replace with new
they will work once or twice on high beam then nothing.

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  • dadams133 Feb 12, 2009

    replaced the dimmer switch on the column - nothing still not working

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COULD BE DIMMER SWITCH ON COLUMN BUT THIS IS ONLY A GUESS

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