L300 hight beam

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  1. Wildbill

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    cant seem to get high beam on my L300 classic camper will this be on a relay HELP pleas

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    Might help if I knew what a L300 was, Mitsubishi maybe??
    But in any case yes a relay will be in circuit, but it could just as easily be a switch, fuse or cable fault
    Without hands on, all advise will be best guess:RollEyes:
     
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    Little flat nosed van derived, Geo - similar to the toyota lite ace.

    I would say on this age of vehicle, you are probably looking at the stalk switch that has failed
     
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    yes Mitsubishi the swich on stering wheel ok or stack swich is ok
     
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    the swich seems ok it is
    Mitsubishi
     
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    Happened to me last year - it was the stalk switch (04 Ducato) - after flicking the switch a few times it worked normally.

    I then realised that MHs rarely travel at night, especially in winter and that the contacts on the switch were probably just dirty or corroded through lack of use.
     
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    Have you tested it with a meter? Usually, they wear internally.

    Failing that, look for the relay.
     
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    ok will do just got a meter other day cheers
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