What jumper?
Each side of a DPDT switch is independent.
So, one side of the switch will be ON-OFF-ON for the low beam.
The other side will be OFF-OFF-ON for the hi beam.

On Sat May 11 11:10:59 PDT 2019 ev@lists.evdl.org said:
>On 2019-05-11 12:44, John Lussmyer via EV wrote:
>> No.
>> If you have a DPDT switch, Put +12v on both the center contacts.
>> On one end, attach JUST the low beam light to ONE contact.
>> At the other end, Attach the low beam to ONE contact, and the HiBeam
>> to the other contact.
>
>isn't that jumper  going to make them both go on ?..
>I have 2 lights .
>
>>
>> On Sat May 11 10:30:54 PDT 2019 ev@lists.evdl.org said:
>>> on my electric motorcycle  I want to use my DPDT  3 postion switch to
>>> have like a hi /lo beam,  but both lights on "hi beam " and one on
>>> "low
>>> beam"setting.
>>>
>>> sw postion       1       2              3
>>> 1 light / off/  2nd light & 1st light both
>>>
>>> Can do i do this by  jumpering across 1 & 3  on one side only??
>>
>>
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