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Old 01-23-2010, 09:38 AM
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Check the 40A fuse under the hood. If it's good, grab a test light or meter and check for power on the RD/LG wire on the back of the switch and if you have power there, check the LG wire. If there's no power on it then your switch is bad. If you have power on both of those you'll need to go into the steering column and check the dimmer switch. Either the VY/WT or RD/OR should have power(depending on which beams are selected), if not the dimmer has a problem. Finally, you'll need to check for power and ground at the bulbs themselves but it's pretty unlikely the problem is there.
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