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Headlights work sometimes and not others.


2001 Aztec. Headlights work, off-and-on. Dashlight and shifter light is out.
What could the problem be, and how do we correct it ?

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Check the settings on the two switch nobs on the left of your steering column and set the top one to auto and the bottom, switch push in the center switch and turn the outside switch to the upright position where the bulbs symbol is shown. also be advised if your hand brake is on the headlamps and dash lights will not come on uinless you relelase it. Hope that helps.

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