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No head lights

Hit a pot hole and my headlights went out but my tracking, turn signals, brake lights work. my high beam indicater on the insturment cluster doesnt light up either. checked fuses and all looked good.

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You lose a ground wire, or you need to replace dimmer switch. I had this problem,and the dimmer switch was the problem.

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