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No Low Beams/High Beams Always on

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by jms83, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. jms83

    jms83 [OP] Member

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    As im pulling out of my driveway this morning, I switch on my lights only to have my high beams come on right away. I fiddle with the light switch lever and knobs, and only my high beams are working. No fogs as expected.

    We had a pretty big storm last night, hamilton ontario region, and I ran through some good puddles that splashed right up over the hood.

    Im suspecting a relay, but can anyone point me in the right direction? I've had my taco for 2.5 years now, its an 06 and this is my first real issue.
     
  2. jms83

    jms83 [OP] Member

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    No fogs at all!
     
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    jms83 [OP] Member

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    Right on! Thanks!
     
  4. jms83

    jms83 [OP] Member

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    You hit the nail on the head taco85, I didn't need a replacement. I just pulled it out and removed the cover, gave it a stab with a screwdriver to free it up and that's all it took.
     
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