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My headlights when on high beam for some time will suddenly turn off

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Hi

this is because of the lose connection. jus check all the wires and you can reectify it.

if still the problem presists then it a problem with the switch (inside connections). for this you have to change the switch assembly fully. then it wil be ok....try doing it.

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