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All my high beam, fuses,bulbs are working but low beams will not work

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    Donna Farr Nov 07, 2014

    where can i buy the switch everyone here say's i have to buy a steering column



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Replace the turn signal switch.

Posted on Nov 07, 2014

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  • Donna Farr
    Donna Farr Nov 07, 2014

    where can i buy the switch everyone here say's i have to buy the steering column

  • Randy Ohler Nov 07, 2014

    I guess that depends on where you live. I live in Indy. The switch is not cheap, but can get it from a parts store.

  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2014

    Don't have a picture of what you think youmy need But you can go to a dealers part dept,auto parts store or online for parts/switch



Maybe the switch is worn out

Have to do some testing to find a problem

Best if you have a wiring diagram

Posted on Nov 07, 2014

  • Donna Farr
    Donna Farr Nov 07, 2014

    i am getting power to everything , they are trying to sale a whole steering column, can i buy just the switch from somewhere?



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