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1987 Toyota Celica and my high beams won't come on , my low beams work just fine.... I changed the bulbs and that wasn't it . any ideas? and I don't really speak car so .....lol

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  • carondavis May 04, 2010

    Like I said I don't speak CAR lol where is this switch located?

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I suggest check the FUSE PANEL for any headlamps fuse blow...

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Fig. 1 Fuse panel locations 1986-91 Celica shown


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Fig. 2 Removing driver kick panel cover 1986 Celica shown

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Fig. 3 Passenger kick panel fuse panel 1986 Celica shownfedadd1.jpg


Fig. 4 Engine compartment fuse panel 1986 Celica shown

If enya fuse have problem, check the wire connection and electrical continuity.

Hope this help.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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There may be a fuse for the high beams under the hood. If not it needs anew switch.

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