Ok... need a little more info here... but if the high beams work manually, but not with the auto dimmer, my first guess would be that you have a faulty relay somewhere in the system. If the highbeams don't work at all (manually or otherwise) then I would guess the highbeams could be burned out, or you could have a faulty dimmer switch / relay. Good luck!
Your headlights may not dim because you don't have dimmer lights. Dimmer lights can blow and leave you with just the high beams.
If your high beams still work it is the dimmer switch.
Normally caused by faulty dimmer switch.
You may need to replace your dimmer switch.
I would suspect the dimmer switch or "combination switch".
the dimmer switch is going out if you are experencing that.
To find the cause of the low beams not working, start with the bulb to make sure both are ok. Check the dimmer switch, and the wiring from the switch to the headlights.
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It is on the side of the steering wheel and is used for turning your headlights on and off it is also used to control your high beams and low beans
The deer was frozen in the beams of the car's headlights.
try checking ur high-bea fuses and relays
== == more than likely your dimmer switch is bad,hope that will help
the high beam indicator is only on when the high beams are on
Bad bulbs Bad dimmer switch Believe it or not, you can blow the filaments for low or high beams only, without affecting the opposite. However since it is highly unlikely that you are going to blow the same filament in both lights at the same time, I would suggest that you check your dimmer switch.
Aren't the headlights SUPPOSE to come on all at once?? Aren't the outside ones the HIGH beams and the inside ones the LOW beams?? Could be a problem in the dimmer switch.
Hello, It sounds like you may need a new Indicator/turn signal Switch.
Low beams are not working and high beams are. If both low beams out, probably not burnt out bulbs and probably is fuse or a switch problem. Could be the bulbs but doubtful. See the Sources and Related Links section below for light bulb info.
The headlights are on two different fuses. The high beams are on one fuse and the low beams are on another fuse. The fuse for the low beams may need to be changed.
Well, assuming that you are talking about headlights, the low beams are the dimmest settings for the drive headlights, while high beams are the brightest setting.
Your headlights turn off when you turn the high beams on because you have a defective switch. You need to have a mechanic replace the high beams switch. It is a simple replacement.
Turn Off Your Automatic Headlight Dimmer Then you can manually Change the High Beams yourself.....
Bad bulbs Bad dimmer switch
Sounds like the dimmer switch is shot and needs replacing.
Bad bulbs? Bad dimmer switch?
I would suspect the dimmer switch. But could be a bad wire/short.