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replace the globes , the high beam and low beam are in the same globe , i have berfore had this happen , when replacing dont let any part of your fingers or hands touch glass part of bulb , or you may find you will be doing this again very shortly.
any finger print will cause a hot pot on globe and cause future failure .
if you remove a globe you may visually look at it and see if one of the to globes springs are broken , or is there is any discolourment in the globe itself , just change the one that is easiest to get first and test , then if that works fine , then you wont have to check any futher wiring problems.
but i am sure this will be the reason for no high beam , unless you high beam switch on light swith lever arm is faulty .
but globes are cheap so begin there first.. hope this is helpful
You may have to check a few items here. Do the high beam lights only work when you "flash" from the combination stalk or do they work when you have headlight switch turned on and then select high beam from stalk..? You may also want to check out the headlight relay. If this is OK, you might have a headlight switch issue or the combination stalk may be faulty.
I have a 1997 Mazda 626 and my headlights go out for no reason. My highbeams seem fine so if I have to drive at night I have to drive around holding my highbeams on. Nobody can figure out the problem. I really need help on this. I need to drive my car at night and can't.