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Fcm location I posted earlier about my headlights not working only my high beams work all the fuses are good my problem now is trying to locate the FCM (forward control module) do you know where to find it on a 2006 dodge ram cummins 2500

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    The high beams work fine. the low beams not at all. Have all other lights. Can not locate any fuses or modules to check. Where do I start?

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The FCM is somewhere in the passenger compartment (in dash) location. The best solution is to take the vehicle into an authorized service dealership and have them diagnose this issue.

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