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No high beam on left head light

I have changed the bulb, cannot find the headlight fuse, to check if fuse is good. Can you help me please.

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  • tim clarke Nov 16, 2008

    I can't find the fuse for the headlights, the owners manual, does not tell you where it is, and there's no headlight fuse in fuse pannel under the dash. I want to check the headlight fuse before I go further. If it is just the fuse, then I can replace it. Can you please tell me exactly where the head light fuses are located.

  • tim clarke Nov 16, 2008

    Thankyou, very much, I'll check the switch once I've ruled out the fuse as a prblem. I'm hopeing it's the fuse. Thats an easy fix.

  • akabanei_dx_ May 11, 2010

    beside the battery,theres fuse

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Theres a fuse beside the battery,, check it very close to youre left headlight location, have you check youre headlight swicth???

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