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I recently noticed that the high beams on my 2007 Hyundai Sonata no longer work (I don't drive at night that often). The low beams are fine, but my brights don't come on, and the symbol on the dash doesn't come on either. I replaced the fuse, and they still don't work. I swapped the low/high beam relays, and they still don't work. Is this a wiring problem or is there something wrong with the switch in the steering column?

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Gail Dunn, Owner at Women's Automotive Connection Did you check the bulbs for the high beams? They are separate from the low beams and are easily replaced. Going to a retail parts center, they will know which bulb fits, and often will put it in for you. Given what you have already done, I would try replacing one bulb before getting into the electrical system. If you find replacing one works, then get both. Hope this helps you find an easier solution.

Gelina Aquilina, Service Advisor / Mechanic at You didn't mention bulbs, assuming you tried that 1st it's probably the switch yes.

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