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No head lights! HELP PLEASE!!

I have a 1987 suzuki samurai and it all started when one head light went out and then the bright light light came on...on the dash... now neither headlight works.... the fuse is good and both headlights are good i checked them....

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    Sounds like a possible bad ground for the system

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Probably the combination switch, located in steering column, controls all lights. On ours, we lost all lights EXCEPT headlights, fuses and bulbs were all good. Replaced the switch yesterday (well, our Sidekick had two switches) and now all lights work fine. You need to pull the steering wheel to get at the switches. We got parts at a junkyard, but AutoZone also sold them at less than dealer prices.

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