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High-beam lights are your sencondary head lights in any veicle. They can usually be turned on with the same botton you use to turn your head lights on. High beam lights are use to see farther and wider in dark areas.
The types of construction lights that are available are high voltage beam light and a low voltage beam light. The high voltage beam light shines a lot brighter.
Check fuses and high/low beam switch.
The distance in feet that high beam lights cover if referring to factory lights, can be found in an owner manual. If the lights have been replaced, the information may be included with the product information.
possibley blown high beam light
High beam light is out!
Hi beam lights only the High brightness filament of the headlight.Lo beam lights only the Low brightness filament of the headlight.DRL lights only the High brightness filament of the headlight, but at reduced current.Do you see the pattern?
These lights have 2 different "lights" in each of them. This occurs frequently. Change out the bulb and everything will be working fine once again.
check your fuses
Are you talking about the High Beam headlight indicator? That light is telling you your high beam lights are on. try turning off your high beam lights and see if the light goes away. If is stays on but the lights are not on high beam then its just an electrical issue, either pull the bulb out or cover the light with electrical tape if it bothers you!
went ever it is legal and safe
A short in the low beam circuit.
The daytime running lights work of the high beam, check those first.
Believe it or not, you might have 2 BURNT OUT LOW BEAMS. Ive seen that a few times.
you need to replace the high/low beam switch
Replace the left size high beam light.
At night yes, but in the day no because the sunlight overpowers the headlights and high beam lights.
On a four headlight system there are two filaments for the inner lights. They have a filament for a high beam and one for a low beam.