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Light dont come on when switch to on

I turn light switch to on position . " Nothing " and all fuses are fine inside car fuse box ..

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It sounds like the headlight switch its self has went out.

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I HAVE PAYED $20 TO GET SOME HELP WITH MY DASH LIGHTS NOT WORKING. ALSO MY PARKING LIGHTS WON;T COME ON. ALSO MY FOG LIGHTS WON;T COME ON. I HAVE ASK YOU SEVERAL TIMES TO HELP ME. IT MAKES ME THINK. YOU...


Sorry about that, I must have missed your post or something. The park lights and the panel lights are usually on the same fuse and therefore on the same switch. The fog lamps are on a separate fuse and switch/circuit, although the is nothing to prevent either of the fuses going at the same time. Look at the fuses first, if they are blown replace them, but if they blow again some more investigation will be required. The parking lamps/panel lights are unlikely to have a relay, but the fog lights may.

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