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High beam problem

I have a1991 jeep cherokee laredo my low beams work but my high beams don't Ichanged the light switch the head lights someone said try the relay switch I located the switch but I dont know which fuse is for the high beams could somebody please help mr

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No your highbeam switch has gone bad

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