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My dips and full beam are not working on my 04 transit tipper van, I've checked the fuses and it's not that can anyone help please

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Check for power at the bulb/s holders , if ok then check for power from switch , if ok then must be a relay , usually in the engine compartment fuse box , cover lists location etc

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yes there is only one bulb but it has both high and low beam built into it you will have to take the bulb out and get a new one and when you put the new one in DONT TOUCH THE GLASS OF THE BULB

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