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1991 Chevy Corsica

1991 Corsica headlights will not burn. Is there a hidden fuse or connection that may be defective? The turn signals are affected as well.
Comment by 49chvydeluxe, posted on Sep 15, 2008 The battery is fine and the mileage is around 100K. There was no noise connected with the headlights not burning.

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Try checking the fusible links in the wiring harness near the starter. My 91 had a similar problem where I lost my radio and my headlights. Turned out those fusible links were all corroded. replaced the bad ones (winter time- pain) and all was well again.

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