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Citroen Relay HDI Van. Have no dip headlights. fuses ok, bulbs ok, rear fog lights work when switch is in dip position on headlight switch. Is it still possible that it could be the main column switch?.

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Probably not, the fog lamp relay works off the dip beam power, is there a relay for the dip beams?

Posted on Jan 02, 2010

  • Brendon Murphy Oct 26, 2011

    Did you find a solution to no dip beam lights, I have the same problem

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