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I don't have any headlights only tail lights and parking lights i replaced the headlight switch

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You might want to check your connection at the rear of the truck, under neath. If you have a tow package, their is a connector that sep. to allow you to connect a tow wires for trailers.

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Possibly daytime running lamp module

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