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My headlgths doesn't work with the regular switch

I've changed the relay and fuses, but it works only when I use the car alarm, what can I do?
note: they work perfect on hi....

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Look at your dimmer switch in some cars it is called a multi function switch, check light on dim,if no lights pull on brights if the come on check switch.

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