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Low beam lights on 1988 Buick Park Avenue will not come on

I looked in the fuse boxes to the left of the steering column and under dash on right side, can not find fuse for headlights, does anyone know where fuse is?

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  • j_canman Jan 11, 2009

    Haynes manual shows 20 amp breaker in left underhood fuse block, I can not find this fuse block, does anyone know where this located

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Typically the fuse panel is flat against the door next to the driver side hinge. Some cars actually have the fuse panels in various places under the hood of the car.

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