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I have no high beams, I've replaced the dimmer switch, but that didn't help.....
You replace (nothing) until you do some testing
to find a problem & the solution is to replace a
part that failed a test
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no high-beam headlights
It may not be the switch; most hi-lo changes are via relay to prevent the higher currents from flowing through light-duty switches.
Locate the relay cluster (it might be near or with the fuses) and if they aren't marked, pull wach one of them and plug back in several times to wipe possible corrosion from the blade contacts.
If they are marked, look to see if the same relay is used elsewhere (part number should be visible) and swap them temporarily to see if the relay is at fault.
Some vehicles will use separate relays for hi-lo beams and another for flashing since that often turns on both beams momentarily.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: How do I replace a
don't know if this helps much...have same problem. have to take the whole dimmer and turn signal switch off. pop up (don't take off) the top cover of the steering column. The turn signal handle is attached to the switch (all one unit) and held in place by those small plastic hinges (should be one on top and one on the side). unhook those, and you should be able to lift the switch up and should slide right out. Now, the problem is the parts stores (Autozone, checkerauto, NAPA, etc.) don't carry that item at this point (they may as of this writing [checked last this past weekend]). You have to get it from the dealer at a cost of $150+
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
SOURCE: 02 dodge caravan headlights
SOUNDS LIKE INTEGRATED POWER MODULE(UNDERHOOD FUSEBLOCK)IS DEFECTIVE..ALSO CHECK FOR CORRODED TERMINALS IN CONNECTORS ON FUSEBLOCK..HAVE SEEN THIS BEFORE AND NEW FUSEBLOCK WAS NEEDED AND REPAIRED PROBLEM
Posted on May 31, 2009
Should be fairly easy. Make sure to disconnect the positive battery cable. Remove the cover from around the column behind the steering wheel. Should take a star driver to remove the screws holding the cover together. Once the screws are removed pop the cover apart and you will see the multifunction switch on the column, should have two to three screws holding it to the column remove the screws and it should come out pretty easy replace with new one and put back together.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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