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Fuse diagram for 91 chevy corsica

I just recieved a car that does not have low beams for the head light settings. The previous owner only had high beams. She said that when she received the car 3 months ago, she had her husband move the fuse from the low beams setting to high beams only. I want to know where I need to put the fuse in the fuse box to get low beams as well.

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  • solieswrench May 11, 2010

    Maybe look in your owners manual. 

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    need to know if i blown fuse for low beam

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I have a 91 Chevy Corsica that only had low beams. I had to change the dimmer switch to fix the problem.

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    brattbock Jun 23, 2012

    I have a 91 Chevy Corsica that only had low beams. I had to change the dimmer switch to fix the problem.

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All signal lights on front and back blink very dim.i changed bulbs trying to fix.it didn`t help .1991 corsica need solution

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