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My 1999 R6 is draining the battery when I put in both headlight relays in? If I pull the relay out that runs the lowbeams and turn the swutch to lowbeams the battery charges fine, but when I turn the switch to highbeams to use the light at night it drains the battery? What could be causeing this problem?

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