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Hey when I flick the light switch up to main beam there is no difference in the light; does this mean my full beam lamp has blown out or could my wiring be misconnected? I dont really understand how the lights work!

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With the lights on low beam, note where the brightest part istrikes the garage door or what ever, then put it on high beam and note the brightest spot will go up and to the left. On two bulb headlightsbothe lamps work on hi and low
On4 bulb, hi beam all 4 are on and low beam only the two outside are on.

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