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The switch is a common failure point, but it's got one contact for each filament (left low, right low, left high, right high) so usually you'll only lose one side, in one position. At least that's what mine did. Yours sounds more like the switch isn't getting power. Do the parking lights still work?

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Vampire bat? They tend to consume power... you might want to try a fruit bat next time! 


Seriously though: I would think that a plug has come undone since full power comes direct to switch at the column and most of the time only one circuit cuts out ( as the fine gentlemen above noted)  except for that one guy who lost both high and low beams at the same time.... guy from Saskatoon?

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can't spell sas-ka-toon correctly...
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