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Headlight fuse blown. Have a fuse chart however does not indicate where the fuse is located.

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Hi most new cars now have 2 fuse boxes 1 under the bonnet and 1 either behind the glove box or behind the (lower)panel to the right of the steering wheel. hope this helps

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Headlight Switch

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ The headlight switch controls most of the vehicle's lighting systems. Many complaints concerning the lighting systems can be the result of a faulty headlight switch. For example, dim or no instrument panel lights, dim or no headlights, dim or no parking lights, and improperly operating dome lights can all be caused by the headlight switch.
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