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Head lights work on high beam only no low beam.where is the headlight relay located or could it be something else. thanks

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Combination switch fail....common fault on 720's if you also have no illumination behind your speedo I would almost guarantee this is your problem. Does any one know where I cansource new combination switch for this truck

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