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98 gmc truck

My headlights quit working and all my other running lights work i pulled the fuse for the lights under the hood and all the running lites turned off so i put the fuse back
what should i do next

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    what relay should i change

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Replace the relay for the headlights located in the same fuse box under the hood.

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