Replace your dimmer switch and this should fix your problem Or both bulbs could be bad
If the high beam switch is broken that it should be replaced. When the unit is replaced the high beams will work again.
You have a faulty switch in the base of your indicator/light stalk. This switch wears out with use so the lights can flip easily to High beam from Low Beam. The fix: Replace the switch assembly and stalk.
replace your mutifunction switch (your signal light switch, your high beam and flash to pass are worn out )
check high/low beam relay and switch
To fix the horn on a 1988 Camaro, check the horn fuse first. Then check the horn relay, wiring, horn, and switch to find the problem.
u have to take the hole thing apart to get to a small screw to take the switch out
The headlight has two filaments. One for the high beam and one for the low beam. The most likely reason the high beam is out is because the high beam filament is broken. Replace the bulb and it should fix it.
how do you know its the switch? does the window (power) move up & down? You can use the other switch from the right or left hand side of the one that works. switch the wires. if the windows work, then its the switch. if the switch doesn't work, then its the window motor.
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Replace the complete switch in the steering column, you have to pull the steering wheel off and then you can take the top cover off the steering column and get to the switch.
If low beam works but high beam doesn't then: It is unlikely that both headlights burnt out the high beam filaments at the same time. I'd check each headlight beam with another headlight beam you know is working on both high and low beam filaments. If this works the higb beam, then the beams are no good. Another check, to make sure that both filaments in each headlight are working, is done by connecting 12 volts of power across the three terminals at back of the beam (negative to ground terminal and positive to first the lowbeam terminal and then the highbeam terminal). If both filaments light, headlight beam(s) are good. Brightest light is highbeam. If in doubt as to which terminal is which, look at the connector, the white wire is Highbeam, the yellow wire is lowbeam, the third wire is ground. So, now you know the headlight beam are good, but if problem is still not fixed, check the fuse for high beam. See your owners manual for location, or just check all the fuses. If the high beam fuse is OK, check the dimmer switch. If looking at the dimmer switch, the middle wire (56 termainal) is white with black stripes, this is the power in to the dimmer switch from the headlight switch (dash). The left wire (56b terminal) is yellow and it is the low beam power from dimmer switch to fusebox, the right wire (56a terminal) is white and it is the High beam power to fusebox. If the low beam works as you say, a quck check of the system and the dimmer switch, is to exchange the yellow (low beam) wire and the white wire (high beam). If the high beam nowworks but the low beam doesn't, and the fuses are all good, then the dimmer switch is faulty. If the fuses are not OK, check all the wiring first. Check to make sure all the wires are connected from headlight switch to dimmer switch to fusebox to each headlight. Look for shorts (burnt wires) in the curcuits, since if the fuse(s) burnt out, it did so for a reason. Repair first any burnt wires. Replace the fuse with the same sized fuse. This should fix your problem.
on majority of caprices with this stalk operated beam changer a rod is pushed by stalk operating a switch usually located on same side of column just behind facia u should be able to pull rod to change beams a new lever is best long term fix
Before you can fix it, you need to diagnose what the problem is. Have you checked fuses and relays? Do you have continuity in the high beam circuit on the switch? Is there power to the point where the wiring harness splits off to supply each high beam lamp? Have you checked the bulbs? There are several different reasons why your high beams could be malfunctioning... without narrowing down the cause, you'll just end up wasting money by throwing parts at it until you get it right (if you do at all).
Maybe start with dimmer switch, that's what I did on mine.
Put the light switch on high beam wile off and the lights will turn off the is a problem with the switch the is a updated part number tha t will fix your problem but if dont want to spent money just leave the switch on high beams all the time
Could be a bad ignition switch
change the ignition switch the little black thing on your key is wore down and not making good contact that should fix the problem
Your low beams might be burned out, or your switch is not working in low beam.
Check your brake switch under the dashboard above the brake pedal
Several possibilities: (1) check the fuses first - the high beam fuse may have blown (2) the high beam switch may have broken (3) a broken or grounded wire in the circuit (4) Possible-but highly unlikely- is that both high beams could have failed at the same time and you would need 2 new bulbs.
Take it to a mechanic.
most like the low beam filiment in the right light is bad but the high beam filiment is still good, try replacing bulb. If replacing bulb does not fix problem then you probably have voltage problems and should check the voltage reading and the plug.
It's not the switch. Replace the right bulb. If your car was built for the Canadian market, it may be a defective Daytime Running Light module. It will have to be replaced - about $120CDN + 30 minutes labour you can do yourself.