The headlights on my Voyager are stuck on in high beam. The only way that I was able to turn them off was to unplug the lamps. The light swich activates the tail and dash lights as normal but has no effect on the headlights nor does the high low beem switch, they stay on high beam. The dash hight beam indicator stays on with or without the lamps pluged in. The solution?
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Make sure you don't have both fuses blown (22 and 23). Try swapping the high beam and low beam relays (usually found in the engine compartment relay box). If it changes to only low beams working, replace the relay. If not, suspect the dimmer switch.
After reading your post, I am pretty sure the headlight switch is at fault. What happens when you turn the headlight switch to on and then actuate the high beam switch? If both low and high elements light up, I think that would be the headlight switch itself as the culprit. I don't have access to the wiring diagram you need, as that would answer your question end the guesswork on my part.