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Head light high beam on right side does not work

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Dear Sir,
If only rh headlight high beam is not working then it is problem with bulb or coupler at bulb end, if u have spare bulb replace it and check it if it work then bulb was faulty if not then problem with bulb socket , if you don't have spare bulb you can check with rh side bulb for testing purpose only, i hope problem will solve after replacing bulb,please let me know if any issue. Thanks.

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