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Try a tool called "dent king" sold at majour autoparts stores. Easy todo urself. Includes instructions. Buff out paint with wax puddy.

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The Fuse box is located on one side of the hood.The ECU fuses are generally behind the glove compartment.I hope there isn't any wiring issue with the car that has shorted the fuse.Locate the fuse box under the hood, open its case cover.On the cover either on the outside or inside you would see a diagram with fuse ratings.TAIL stands for rear lights, HEAD is headlight.replace the fuse if u find them bad but make sure you put ones of the same ratings.if again they go off then check for any wiring fault, and if they go bad again make sure you have noted what you did exactly that put them off, whether it was on pressing the brake pedal, or turning on the parking/head lights switch.

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