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Faulty relay. Or electrical problem. Lets just hope in your case its the relay. In my girlfriends Toyota corolla the relay was the one inside the drivers compartment just under the fuse box. The local autowreckers had one for $2.

In my case it was a little more complicated than this though. I replaced the relay and it was fine for a while, however the same thing happened a week later. A wire burned out from the back of the fuse box and was getting earthed somewhere. I replaced this the entire length of the wiring loom and problem fixed.

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Q: Why would the bright light indicator come on but the bright headlights not?
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