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I have a problem with my hibeam lowbeam haed ligths end its the controle box....i have put evry relay fuse you name it i replace it.i chek the lithn end theyn are good .the onlym thing i faund was a box that is unther the fuse box when i tap it the lith come on i took the box to end atou part but did not have it..

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