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1999 Hyundai Elantra - Occasionally (always at the worst time) the headlights and high beams will not come on. parking lights, brakes, flashers, etc all OK. The High beam signal does not come on. Hyundae dealer just told me we could replace the multifunction switch ($467 parts/labor!) and maybe fix it. Ouch!

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That is correct, the multifunction switch on the steering column is the problem on this car.

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