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Nissan 240 sx head lights

Head lights will not close open fine have tried changing relays under hood no luck button inside car will open lights but will not close help pleae Lee

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"Drifter" recommends : Try replacing headlight fuse which should be a 10 amp , fuse panel located on floorboard next to clutch pedal.

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