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Headlights and door locks not working

Tail lights, parking lights, interior dash lights, headlights and power door locks not working

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    Did you ever figure out what was going on with your pt? Mine is doing this same thing.

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Fuse is probably blown out. Replace fuses for respective functions. Find the fuse box: might be in engine near battery or below steering wheel. open top and check for blown fuses. Try replacing if blown fuses are found. If all fuses are OK then it is very unlikely that all the bulbs are blown.

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