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92 Toyota Camry Passenger side headlight only works with HigBeam

Passenger side headlight only works with HigBeam on. I already replaced lightbulb did not resolve the issue. Driver's side headlight works fine in normal and highbeam.

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You need to get a volt meter at the headlamp plug (Wiring harness) to see if you got a ground, power from the low beam wire, and then power from the hight beam wire. It's the best place to start.

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