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Wiring diagram lost both high beams at once

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It is possible to have both bulbs burn out at the same time. If you have tried bulbs with no success it is probably the high beam relay or possibly the switch. The relay is easier to try, just swap it with another relay to test it. If it still doesn't work, then it's probably the switch.

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