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The only "fuse" i see that could deal with the low beams is located in the fuse panel under the hood of the vehicle (left/drivers side). Below is a diagram of the fuse layout. I marked the fuse (F-19) which is a 40 amp fuse. According to the wiring diagram this goes through another box (no fuse) but I would check this fuse first. Hope this helps.....


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