Question about 1995 Mazda 626
Replace the globes , the high beam and low beam are in the same globe , i have berfore had this happen , when replacing dont let any part of your fingers or hands touch glass part of bulb , or you may find you will be doing this again very shortly.
any finger print will cause a hot pot on globe and cause future failure .
if you remove a globe you may visually look at it and see if one of the to globes springs are broken , or is there is any discolourment in the globe itself , just change the one that is easiest to get first and test , then if that works fine , then you wont have to check any futher wiring problems.
but i am sure this will be the reason for no high beam , unless you high beam switch on light swith lever arm is faulty .
but globes are cheap so begin there first.. hope this is helpful
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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