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AlaskaGuy

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#1 posted 11-09-2018 09:36 PM


Replace a bulb first. You may have had both high beams burn out. It doesn t happen very often but I have seen it. Just try one bulb because those bulbs aren t cheap.
- johnstoneb

Or just pull the connector off and test with a multi-meter for voltage when the high beams are turned on.

As for both burning out at the same time – it s possible, but I ve seen more than once where one bulb burns out and the owner didn t even realize it… until the other one did :)

Cheers,
Brad

- MrUnix

*I’ve seen more than once where one bulb burns out and the owner didn’t even realize it… until the other one did :)* This is what I’m hoping for. I don’t drive it that often so the wife may have missed the first one burning out. Just in case I did buy 2 new bulbs. With my discount and all two bulbs at Napa what 20.98. Cheap diagnostic tool.

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