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Head lights wont turn on

Head lights wont work but blinkers, tail lights, park lights do

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.First check fuses in fuse box inside vehicle,if good then,Go to head light with meter,remove connector,turn lights on and see if you have power,do both,if no power then maybe switch.Here's the switch.

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