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Lights remain on highbeam when switched to low that is all 4 lights remain on it is not the switch

When you switch from low beam to high beam and then back to low the 4 lights still remain on i am sure it is not the switch

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your in for a real treat.... i had a similar problem with mine, the stock gm wiring is terrible, your best bet pull the wiring apart in the front of the car and inspect each wire splice they tend to corrode and once it gets to a certain point it wont allow any electricity to pass, i ended up rewiring the entire headlight system myself. you can get the wiring diagram from the haynes manual. good luck

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