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Headlgihts on 1994 F150

When I turn on my headlights all the light( blinkers, taillights, parking) come on but I dont have any headlights. Any suggestions

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I'm having the exact same issue with my friends truck. I have replaced the entire light switch assembly and connectors. Replaced the fuses and removed and reinstalled the lamps. The high beams have a pushbutton on the floor panel and they don't work either. I am going back this weekend to troubleshoot the entire wiring harness so I'll let you know if I find any solutions.

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If everything else works in the past I have had this problem and it was the headlight switch assembly itself

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