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Headlights not working

The headlights work fine and then just drop out and wont work again and the dash lights fade. I have changed the headlights and all the fuses are fine and i havent found any loose wiring in the switch or the back of the fuse box.

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  • Jimmmyj May 11, 2010

    Check battery negative connection and all body earth wires.

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