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High beams are working lowbeams are not replaced bulbs and fuses still no luck any suggestions

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Easy fix, swap RELAY # 45 with relay #46 next time your lowbeams aren't working, should have lights. 2 things, clean the contact on the relay OR replace it. Very very common problem. Easiest way to clean it is to take it out and plug it in several times. This worked for me, but I keep a spare just in case.

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