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Old 06-09-2013, 11:13 AM   #1
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Are these bulbs for the High Beams?

Looking the picture below, I have two head light bulbs. The one that is lit comes on when I turn on the headlights. When I turn on the high beams, the same lamp just gets brighter but the other one never comes on. Is the unlit one suppose be part of my normal headlights or is it suppose to come on when I hit the high beams?

This happens on both sides (the unlit ? never lights). The 20a high beam fuse is good.

I can't say I ever looked at this before nor have I ever done any night-time driving.

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Old 06-09-2013, 12:36 PM   #2
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Those are your driving lights that should be on when you start your rig.
If they don't come on a fuse is blown or both bulbs are burnt out.

Not sure which fuse it comes off of. Maybe someone can help you find the fuse.

The two lower lights are the FOG lights
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Old 06-09-2013, 03:21 PM   #3
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Duh... Yes, you are right. Thank you Iggy!
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:11 AM   #4
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I also own a 2010 330TS.

The front view of Iggy's rig is a different year, model and trim level than yours or mine. Georgetown is constantly changing features on their motorhome models and years made.

For MY 2010 330TS.............the outboard headlights (the ones NOT lit in your photos) are my low beam headlights, and come on automatically as soon as I release the parking brake.....even if my headlight switch is shown in the OFF position on the console to the left of the driver's seat. THEY DO NOT LIGHT IF THE PARKING BRAKE IS ON.

The inboard headlights (the ones LIT in your photos) are MY high beam headlights and come on when activated by pulling the turn indicator lever towards the driver.

The extra driving lights located below the front bumper, are controlled by their own separate switch located on the console located to the left of the driver's seat.

Hope this helps.

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