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HEAD LIGHTS I HAVE A 2004 CHEVY TRIALBLAZER MY HEAD LIGHTS WILL NOT WORK BUT MY BRIGHTS DO I HAVE CHANGED THE BULBS AND STILL NOTHIING

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Had same problem. Trace common headlight wires back to drivers side. Will be joined together inside black plastic sheath. Open and look for broken wire and reconnect. May have to get under truck to find low point where water has entered sheath and corroded wire. If I remember right it was a blue wire. Good luck.

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