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2014 Express 1500 low beams

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After swapping out the battery I have no low beam lights. DRL fuses as well as right and left low beam fuses are good. BCM fuses are good. Bulbs are good. Wiring I can find is good. High beams are fine just no low beams ever. Fuse box lid lists a low and high beam relay on the circuit board but the parts guys say they are integrated into the fuse block and not a replaceable part. I can't even find a circuit board, as such, checked on the underside of the fuse block, too. I'm picking up a new switch today but am not at all sure that is the problem. any ideas?



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So, after spending another 2 hours tracing wires and checking fuses and looking for the mythical low beam relay, I decide to test the bulbs one more time. Still good. Screw it, I have new bulbs I'll just put them in in case my tester is pooched. Voila, low beam lights. Turns out I had been testing the high beam circuit instead of the low beam circuit all along. Strangely enough, the high beam circuit is pretty dead when the low beams are switched on.

I swear, I should just sell all my tools and save myself some grief, and money.

For those that were paying attention, sorry for wasting everyone's time.


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