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High beams don't turn on and door unlock does't beep

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Your high beams are covered by a fuse, and it sounds like it has blown.

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and look at the images tab. Or you can look in your manual.

As long as your doors open, I wouldn't worry, but that might be covered by a fuse as well. The beeper is close to the headlights, so it is possible it is covered by the same fuse.

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If you vehicle has a separate high beam bulb from the low beam start there, if the filiments look fine you likely have either a blown fuse, or a relay that has gone bad to the headlights, check the connectors going into the headlights. In terms of the door unlock doesn't beep I am afraid I don't really understand the question. Good Luck!

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