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Need Fuse Block Diagram for 84 CJ7

Headlights won't work, I need to get home tonight and cannot locate which fuse may control the headlights.

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  • diesel5277 Mar 17, 2009

    dim lights wont work but bright will??? tried new lights but same result??

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If I'm correct there a fusible link for the headlights.
Probably of the starter solonoid.

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