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My headlights aren't working on my 84 mercury grand marquis

I think it might be the wiring. I hit a bump pretty fast. Then they just stop shortly after that. So can anyone help me.

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Hope for the best, try new lightbulbs. The wiring diagrams and the fusebox layouts are free on Autozone.com with registering your car for free.

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dash and tail sre tied together, so chk tail light fuse.

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