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Why dont my headlights and park lights dont come on. In my 1995 buick park avene

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Since they are on two different circuits, I would check the headlight switch for power first.

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SOURCE: transmission is in my 1995 buick park ave

open the hood, look at the trans, most transmissions have a service tag, look for the service tag, may need to cimb under the car also to find it

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SOURCE: headlights and hi beam lights arent turning on 1995 buick lesabre

check the switch ,check the fuses under the dash ,,fuses on the pilliar post on passenger side too ,and fuses under the hood on the irewall too and relays

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Go through all your fuses, Dim lights run on a separate fuse.

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SOURCE: I have a 1995 chevy impala ss and my headlights

that can be either a fuse or a light switch

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SOUND LIKE FAULTY HEAD LIGHT RELAY.

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Checked my fuses, checked all the fuses, checked the relays


No if that were the case you would have no parking lights. Headlight switch is bad.
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