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To clarify, when you pull the turn signal lever towards you, the high beam lights will come on only as long as you hold the lever up. This is the flash to pass feature. To switch the headlights from low beam to high beam, you push down on the lever towards the dash. Then the high beam lights and the blue indicator light should stay on.
The most likely cause of this is a failing Central Timer Module (CTM). The CTM directly supplies power to the headlamps and dash illumination. The head lamp switch sends a signal to the CTM, and then the CTM sends power to the lamps. Replacing the CTM should take care of this.
CHECK THE DIMMER SWITCH. THE SWITCH MAY BE "STUCK IN HIGH BEAM POSITION. THE STEERING WHEEL WILL HAVE TO BE REMOVED. ANOTHER THING TO CHECK FIRST IS THE HIGH BEAM RELAY. THIS MAY BE UNDER THE HOOD IN A FUSE PANEL OR UNDER THE DASH. HOPE THIS SHEDS SOME "LIGHT" ON THE SUBJECT..lol