It's possible that when you turn your blinker on you are inadvertently pushing the lever forward causing your high beams to come on and stay on.
the fog lights work with the low beams , they wont come on with the high beams
no They do make kits to where when you turn your high beams on all 4 lights come on.
Fuse or dimmer switch is the only answer i can think of if lights come on but just won't go from high to low or visa versa
your bulbs are burnt out. when you switch on the high beams its only the high beams. but when you flash your brights it lights up both high and low beams.
Bad bulbs Bad dimmer switch
Use your low beams or fog lights. Fog or snow will reflect high beam light back in your eyes making it more difficult to see.
Remove the headlight switch and check it. You will probably find it and its plug melted.
The low beams and high beams are both H7 bulbs. The fog lights are H3's.
Have you checked the drl relay?
No...it lights up the fog making vision worse. Fog normally is least dense at the bottom and rarely reaches all the way to the ground. Thats why fog lights are way down low and why low beams are better than high beams when driving in fog.
Believe it or not, you might have 2 BURNT OUT LOW BEAMS. Ive seen that a few times.
Low beams and fog lights if equipped. High beams only light-up the fog more.