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Headlights wont turn on.

Last night i went to turn on my headlights so i could cruise at night, when i flipped the switch the head lights refused to turn on, so i turned them off and back on (happened that morning, turning them off and back on helped) but nothing happened, i then tried it again still nothing. I decided to turn the car off and turn it over again, just to eliminate everything still nothing, I then pulled out the fuses to my headlights but there all fine, i looked at the module and it seams to be fine too. i can't figure out why they wont turn on.

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    i have a chevrolet prism and the same thing happened

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Relay somewhere ,??but where ?try looking under bonnet(hood)

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