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Could your Mazda have daytime running lights? If you checked all fuses, did that include the three in the joint box?
There is an auto light-off control module that is central to all functions you describe. It is assumed that you would only turn on the fog lights with headlights on and set for high beam. If you set the headlight switch to LOW, the module closes the headlight relay to turn on the low beams. If you then turn the headlight switch to HIGH, the module turns on the high beams and allows you to turn on the FOG LIGHT switch, closing the fog light relay and turning on the fog lights. Since this sequence is not working, I suggest checking both high beam lamps as both could be burned out. Other possibilities are a defective headlight switch or the module
Hello, on the van you have a high beam fuse and relay. On the low beam you
also have a fuse and relay. Check the fuse/relay panel for a blown fuse
controlling the low beam lights. If you do not find a blown fuse have
some one to turn the key on and turn on the high beam lights. During
this time locate the low beam headlight relay and place your finger on
top of relay, have the other person to switch from high beam to low
beam lights. You should feel a click in the relay when they make the
switch from high to low beam. If not replace the relay and the problem
should go away. Hope this will help you.