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1988 buick park avenue

All the lights on the inside and the outside of the car are working except for the headlights and they arent blown, what else could be the problem?

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  • j_canman Jan 12, 2009

    I have the same problem, Haynes manual shows a headlamp breaker in the left underhood fuse block which I haven't found yet, I'm taking to mechanic on Friday. If this is the problem i'll give a holler back with the location.

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Possible blown fuse?

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