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Clicking noise; high beams won't stay on

When i drive down the road... there is this clicking noise and my high beams won't stay on when i hold the lever back

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The hi beam bulb is blown, check your tyres make sure nothing is stuck to them, for the clicking sound, open the hoo, start the engine rev the engine and lislen for the noise.

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