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My back lights ,high beam lights,and lights on the speedo is out

The running lights work but the high beam dont,the hazard light works but the others dont

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Its probably the switch the long knob that you use to turn on you high beams or your blinkers u need to take that out and check it or replace it, you remove the steering column and unplug it, let me know if it was a good or bad one thanks...

Posted on May 23, 2009

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hiya, it sounds like a problem with either the stalk for the lights high beam or the relay isnt latching properly. id start with the relay as some relays on cars are interchangable. swap one over for another that is the same then try it. if this doesnt work try a new stalk. hope i helped :0)

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