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Posted by Anonymous on
Check for 12v going to headlights, if headlight plugs are getting power then both headlights are burned out.
Check the headlight switch for power coming into it. If its getting voltage in, and headlights not working, then its the switch.
If switch isnt getting power, check for a blown fuse in the fusebox.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Head lamp switch is faulty. Every bulbs filament is just like a fuse. When burnt out its blown just like a fuse would be. You won't see a fuse for this switch
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
If the ground wires from the headlamps are securely tight without any corrosion I suggest the headlamp switch in you van is at fault
Posted on Jul 26, 2011
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