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Cantlocatehighlowbeamswitch whereisit Need to locate hi lo beam switch as I think it may be causing lights to remain on high beam when put on low beam

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The turn signal switch is also your hi/lo beam switch. Instead of the up/dn motion for turn signals, pull the lever towards you, you will hear or feel a click and a "blue head light" symbol will appear in the middle of the instrument cluster between tach. and speedo. indicating high beam lights, pull it again and the "blue head light" indicator will go off indicating low beam.

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look under your hood for the fuse/relay box will be on left side behind battery. the relay and fuses will be in there check fuses also

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There is a metal rod that runs down the side of steering colmn and pushes on the dimmer switch. The dimmer switch is on the steering column to the left of the steering wheel. You will have to unbolt the column where it connects to the dash and rest it (the steering wheel) on the driver seat to get to the switch.. The switch is adjustable, just loosen the screws and slide it up or down to get proper adjustment.. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 1999 chevy cavalier no low beam light

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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