[DML] Re: Electrical issue
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[DML] Re: Electrical issue

As Harold mentioned - check the fuse. On this car, when the high 
beams go on, the lows go off so if the fuse is blown/missing/melted 
what you saw is normal. Also check the relay for the high beam. MAke 
sure you hear it when you pull the high beam lever. 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Schafer, William A Sr LTC RET" 
<bill.schafer@...> wrote:
> Group,
> Driving home this evening I tried to use the high beams and when I 
did the headlights went out completely. I had neither high or low 
beams until I released the light lever and then it went back to low 
beams. I tried 4 or 5 times to get the high beams working but each 
time I did I had no head lights period.
> I'm thinking it's a ground issue but wondered if this has happened 
to others??? If it is a ground issue where is the gound located?
> Thanks,
> Bill 
> 11546
> "Plan for the worst, hope for the best, 
>  anything better than worst is to your advantage".


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