the high beam indicator is only on when the high beams are on
sounds like you have a short in the low and hgh beam switch take it to auto electrician
try checking ur high-bea fuses and relays
OK, the REAL reason this happened is that the GROUND from the LOW BEAMS opened and did not return to the dash. This causes the HIGH BEAM indicator to not work (because believe it or not, they use the low beam filaments as a return for the low beam indicator!), but the high beams to still work OK. Rather than disassemble the whole dash & turn signal assy., I just ran an additional ground wire to the LOW beams (through a switch, so I could disable it if necessary) and it solved the problem. I still don't have the little blue high beam indicator, but you casn tell if they're on or off . . . P.A.
9006 on the low beams, 9005 on the high beam.
I'm not sure what you mean by that. Usually low beams have its own coil, high beams have its own. They work on separate cirtcuits.
First double check the bulbs to be sure they are good then I would suspect the high/low beam switch or the headlight switch is at fault.
are my low beams supposed be come on also when my high beams are on in my 1994 gmc sierra
is a switch to change to low beam is located under the emergency brake
the bulbs in your car have two filaments, high beam and low beam. as you generally use mainly low beam the filament wears out a lot quicker than high beam. so replace your bulbs, as it couldn't be anything else.
hi-beam switch is faulty