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I dont know what part of calif you live in im in so calif and my hobby is working on cjs im a mechanic by trade for 30 some years i work on cjs in my home shop if interested im my services my email is SYLVENT@VERIZION.NET
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CAN DO THIS BUT IN PRINT IT WOULD BE A BOOK, ALL DATA, YOU CAN SUSCRIBE FOR FACTORYWIRING SCHEMATICS. TH E OLD VEHICLES, LIKE YOURS ARE VERY BASIC, I APPLAUD YOU WANTING TO LEARN. IF FURTHER ASSIS. IS NEEDED, PLS CONTACT
I think I found the problem, part of the high beam switch was burned, resulting in a loose connection. When I connected the loose wires, the lights worked. My guess is, the wire burned is the relay wire to go from low to high. I am going to replace the switch, hopefully this will solve the problem, I think it will.