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Nighttime lights not working

2001 Toyota Sienna Daytime running lights are working fine, when I have the switch at the middle setting all of the lights work, but when I turn it all the way on for nighttime driving, the headlights won't work on bright or dim. Any ideas?

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  • sctiegs May 26, 2009

    All fuses are fine

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Check the fuses.

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