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You are going to have to give us more information. In any case, find your users guide and look for the location of the fusebox. It should be clearly marked which fuse handles the headlights. It might be a larger than normal fuse and in a different type container/style. What kind of car? Model? The fusebox might be under the dash on the driver's side of the car. Find where all the wires are routed to under the dash. Look for the largest components on the fusebox. Look for markings representing a headlight.
library has free access to automotive database. 10 cents a page to print. a 12v test light is used by technicians to verify fuses. you can eliminate or verify quickly that a fuse blew. but also remember power feed to that fusebox comes first from the power distribution center under the hood. it also has fuses and relays. if all the bulbs went out now, then you should pull the cluster. when i worked on these when they were new, some cluster repair was done by sending the cluster out to be fixed. hope its just your bulbs.
Check your park light fuse. You may have blown the fuse for the dashlights/park lights by accidentally grounding the night illumination wire, located in the radio wiring. That wire runs from the dash lights to the radio, to illuminate the radio at night. Alternately, if the park light fuse keeps blowing when you replace it, you might've hooked that night light wire up to the wrong wire on your radio.
On some vehicles the cigarette lighter fuse is attached to the cigarette lighter assembly itself. Check if you can gently prise the cigarette lighter assembly out of its location in the dashboard, or remove any panel that may allow access to the rear of the cigarette lighter and look for the fuse (it may be an in-line one in the power lead to the cigarette lighter or it may be physically attached to the cigarette lighter itself). Failing that, the fusebox is normally under the dashboard on the driver side, but some fuseboxes can be found under the dashboard on the passenger side. There should be a diagram under the fusebox cover that shows what circuits each fuse protects. If a fuse has blown ensure that another of the same type and value is used to replace it.
The fuse block is located under the left side of the instrument panel.It has a diagram with the fuse locations on the lid.The is another in the engine bay ,just behind the battery under a clipoff lid.Hope this helps
If the rear power windows don't work. Its possible that you have a blown fuse for the rear side windows. Open up the fusebox usually located under the dashboard. Check the fusebox manual. Locate the fuse for the rear power windows. check if the fuse is blown. Replace the fuse. im 98% sure that its just a blown fuse.
Sounds like a short circuit here ? You will need to locate the short circuit . Most probable is the tail lamps and their connections , then number plate lights , then any hinged wiring going from body to a door or trunk (ie No plate illum lights) area . Sometimes the dash dimmer can be a problem . Good luck