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THE HEADLIGHTS TO MY 2000 DODGE DAKOTA WONT TURN ON, THE HIGH BEAMS FUNCTION, HAD A MECHANIC REPLACE SWITCH-SAME THING, TOLD TO BRING IT TO DODGE!

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What switch did yoiu replace??? the power goes from the headlight switch then to the hi-lo beam switch and out to the bulbs. did you ck the bulbs?? they could both be burned out. The mechanic should not change anything until tests have been performed and the component that is at fault found. sounds like a parts changer.

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