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1987 nissan 300zx headlights taillights

My headlights flip up but don't turn on and my blinkers work and brake lights work but my tail lights don't on! i cheaked my fuses and i know the socket to my headlights are gettin power. please help me fix this!

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Try checking the headlamp sensor mounted on rt front apron behind relay box . this runs all lights .

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