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Head light does not came on, tile lights get on...

When driving the car in the night in the city ,suddenly, I found out that the head lights does not work, the tail lights are OK, the turn signaling lights are OK too, ...
checked already the light bulbs... they are OK-when used pass light i.e. blink the long beam, it is OK...I have had checked all possible fuses- they are OK, was looking for some rellays and checked some of them:
-for direction change signal light-OK
-for taillight-OK
cannot find any more of them to check...
Is there any FUSIBLE LINK I can check it?

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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    There was a recall on the 95 protege for the light switch. I am currently contacting the dealer to see if they will still honor the recall

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    mine is the same except it buzzes at me when i try the high beams.

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You may have a blown fuse or relay you really need the manual to locate the relay

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