Question about 2001 Lexus ES 300
Tested fuses, replaced light switch, replaced dimmer relay, checked bulbs, tested wiring from high beam relay to lights, no problem there. located a burned circuit in integration relay, don't know what it goes. Also no high beam indicator on dash
You can try this, it worked on a friend of mines ES 300 with the similar problem, Disconnect the wires from the battery clean the terminals on the battery, Now instead of connecting the cables back to the battery connect the cables to each other- While the cables are connected this way make sure that they DO NOT come in contact with ANYTHING metallic on the car. Leave the cables connected this way for at least 20 minutes, then reconnect the cables back to the battery, make sure you have your radio code before you disconnect the battery,
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