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Headlights and blinkers arent working..

Someone broke into my car last night and tried to steal it.. My headlights and my dashboard lights are not working now as well as my blinkers and my highbeams.. Could it be a wire that they messed with or a blown fuse?.. And if so where are the fuses that I need to change located inside my car, I dont have a cover on my fuses so I am not able to tell what fuse is what.. I have a 1992 honda accord ex.. Thank you..

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Sound like they had blown ya fuse you will need to put every fuse 1 by 1 to see if there blown they will show a broken burnt line in the fuse that will indicate its blown and then replace that fuse or fuses

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