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The switch for the high beam does not work...only low beams and no cruise control 1991 beretta

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The first thing that I would recommend checking is the fuse panel. If that checks out, then you are looking at replacing the switch that operates the high beam, and the cruise control.

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3. If the headlights are OK and the fuses are OK, then the problem is *LIKELY* the headlight switch. In my case, AutoZone has one and it can be installed easily; but in your case, that may not be as simple.

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