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My 2000 sienna headlights dont work but my running lights do work

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Could be one of two things;
A) Headlight switch B) Dimmer Switch (Hi Beam switch)
If you don't have test equipment & tools, I rec finding a reputable mechanic to research it for you. Electrical issues can get ugly.

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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