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Where is headlight relay on 87 Chevy C10? - 1987 Chevrolet R10

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There is no fuse for the headlights. There is a circuit breaker in the headlight switch and a fusible link down at the starter. If everything works then I would replace the headlight switch because the fusible link controls all power to the truck except the starter. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: headlights quit working. but all other lights work

sounds like a head light switch,,,

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