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    That's normal.

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    Headlights

    Are you saying there's no difference between high & low beams?

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    Low beam, one headlight. high beam, two headlights.

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    not on the SVS, degs...
    if i'm not mistaken, both sides are always-on, but the intensity changes when you go high-beam.

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    Ahhh, I stand corrected. In that case, there is an electrical problem.

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    Headlights

    any word from teh dealer yet

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    Headlights

    They may be the same intensity, but the hi-beam filament is further (or closer?) from/to the base of the bulb, thus altering the dispersion of the light. Of course it helps to have MORE light along with that.

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