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Lights My tail lights, tag lights, corner lights, and dash lights do not work. I have checked all relays and fuses and also replaced the switch. I do not know what else to do to fix my problem

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  • bobby_baker Jan 13, 2009

    This still didn't fix my problem. I replaced the headlamp switch already and checked all relays and fuses. Could it be something in my computer or is it wiring.

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If the relays are good chances are you need a head lamp switch
RD

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  • Rudolf Diesel
    Rudolf Diesel Jan 13, 2009

    Hello

    Do you have a test light and see if ther is power to the switch?

    Rd

    This will be where to start we will go out from the switch

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