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No headlights Headlights wont work, all other lights do. Fuse in block under the hood is good and I tried moving relays around. If I hold the flash control back, the high beam works. I'm guessing the flash is powered from another source. The driving lights work also.

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It sounds like the dimmer switch on the column might be your issue, this has been a cronic issue for my Geo.

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