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Could be burnt out bulb(s), bad connection somewhere, broken wire... Hopefully that will give you a starting point... Hope it helps...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
One of the biggest problems with auto electrics, is a grounding issue. Things will act weird, or just not work at all. Make sure you have 12 volts. Make sure you have a good ground. Check for 12 volts going in the control. If you had a short, it would burn out the fuse or trip the breaker. Dimmers go out fairly often. You can make a simple tester with two pieces of wire and a good bulb. Solder the wire to the one side, and solder one wire to the other side. (other contact point). Hope this helps. lbreen
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
If the fuse blew, it may have been a symptom of a larger problem with your electrical system. I'd suggest testing your spark plugs, distributor and alternator, as well as jumping your battery. If it's not cranking at all, one of those should be the problem. A voltage multimeter is the tool to use; Walmart and AutoZone have them for $10-20.
Posted on Aug 31, 2012
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