Daytime running lights work fine, low beams work fine. The high beams do not work at all. Not if you push the lever forward or click it back. You get no flash of the high beams when you pull it backward.What do you mean by "dimmer switch"...I ask because there is a wheel to the left of the steering wheel used to dim the dash lights...
Also do your daytime running lights work?...
Now to turn on your high beams you must PUSH the turn signal lever forward (towards the dash)...if you pull the lever towards you it will only flash the highs, but the highs will not stay on...
Just to make sure we're on the same page: when you pull back on the lever it doesn't stay back. That's only for "flashing" the high beams. Pushing the lever forward makes the high beams stay on.Resurrecting and old thread. I am having exactly the same problem ... No high beams.
DRL work (so obviously, the bulbs are OK). Fuses are good. Pretty sure the switch is also good. With the headlights off (but daytime running lights on) when I pull back on the lever to switch between low and high beams, only the blue high beam indicator lights up in the instrument cluster (but does not stay on). If the low beams are on, and I pull back on the lever to activate high beams, again, only the blue indicator light on the instrument cluster lights up briefly.
Curious to solve this problem.
Just to make sure we're on the same page: when you pull back on the lever it doesn't stay back. That's only for "flashing" the high beams. Pushing the lever forward makes the high beams stay on.
Do the low beams work, (not the DRLs)?
It is located in the engine compartment on the passenger side there is a fuse box. Check all the DRL relays. Here is how you can test the relay.I Now have a non working high beam on left so think relay out as fuses all OK and globes OK. Just high beam relay left to check. Not sure which relay is yet.
Sounds similar to your pros.