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Is there power at all is the first thing..sorry gotta ask it..switches and fuses ok will be next.. then we go to up front and see if each light needs attention, and in some cases if the ground loop fails, the whole system does also..if its limited to the front half of the vehicle, sometimes there are disconnects near the firewall that are the issue(being both under the dash and under the hood, check both places and make sure they are snug...good luck and let me know what you find,,,thnx...

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