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My headlights are not working, but shows my high beams are on

S10 1999 pickup when I switch to low beam the lights go out.

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Low Beam Fuse may be bad.
Low Beam relay position is bad.
Stalk that controls the high/low beams/cruise/lights is bad.
Low beam filament may be bad in both headlamps.

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Hello. Generally when this happens, the high-low beam switch has gone bad and needs to be replaced. If you are handy you can do this your self. Otherwise, any autoelectric repair shop is your best bet. J.

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My headlights work but not when i switch to high beam. ive replaced lights but same problem. what could it be?


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Check Headlight Switch and Hi-Low Beam selector switch, it may be defective.
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