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No headlights: I have checked all fuses and connections.

Parklights, signal lights, taillights all work. Please help?

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  • dmixon Jan 02, 2009

    thats right i have check the relays and fuses both under the dash and under the hood.



    when I click the dimmer switch thats on the steering column and hold it the lights come on.

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Your sure you checked all fuses under or at dash & under hood as well as relays & fusible links right?

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Sounds like faulty switch then. I'd replace it.

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