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03-13-2019 07:50 AM
Big Dave You would do as well to ask on a Ford Mustang board; as the Mustang is closer to your car than the B-body Impalas found here. Our cars have no computers, no V6 engines, and no rear wheel drive. We have carburetors instead of EFI.

You have a Lumina rebranded an Impala in 2000. It is an Impala in name only as it is based upon the Lumina's W-body platform.

Big Dave
03-13-2019 12:09 AM
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‘04 Impala Passenger High beam dead

“High Beam Out” occasionally flickers on startup but goes away. Replaced bulb and checked fuses. Swapping high beam bulbs from drivers side produces same results. Even swapped the 10 amp fuse for ext lights with different 10 fuse and still the passenger side is dead. Both low beams work and all turn signals work. I’m not sure what else to try. Has anyone else had this issue?

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