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Old 08-20-2017, 11:04 PM
Joe Guilbeau Joe Guilbeau is offline
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Clean up the Black Ground Wires on the headlamp connectors. You indicate that you have voltage at the Beam Selector, and that you have replaced it.

So, that leaves either open power wires to the headlamps or grounds because the you indicate that the parking lights are functiona

The black wires on the headlight connectors splice into the ground wire for the parking lights. If the parking lights are good, and the Hi/Low beam selector switch have voltage on it, there is just a few things that it could be.

Eliminate the simplest things to check, then you will be left with the problem by elimination.

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