High Beam Indicator Light Stuck on

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Asked by May 21, 2012 at 07:34 PM about the 2004 Dodge Stratus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The high beam indicator light remains on, the lights are working and there is no burnt out bulbs.  Any ideas?

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So your saying the stalk is not pulled back and the low beams are on, but yet the indicator for the high beams is still lit? If it is, you have a wiring or wiring harness short and or ground issue. Did you have an work done on the car recently?

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The belt tensioner was replaced within a few days of the indicator light coming on and staying on. Yes; you can still turn the high beams on and off but the indicator light stays on.

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unplug the battery for 10 min hookup again that should do it.

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But what if that dont fix the problem.... believe it or not im having the same exact problem

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