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High beams and fog lights will not work - 2003 Subaru Legacy

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    05 Legacy, high beams will not engage when pushing the stalk forward, and no fog lights at any time. If I pull back on the high beam stalk (flash to pass) the high beams activate. Because they both failed together, my theory is that the high beam relay has gone bad - but have no proof.

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