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Headlights in 1990 ford bronco/full size

I have replaced the switch checked the fuses and bulbs. The headlights still do not work, any suggestions?

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Big problem with the headlight switch socket melting.. if looks good then look at bottom part of steering coloum under dash.. might have to drop the sterring coloum.. find the dimmir switch.. check that plug also.. and good possibilty dimmer bad

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Bronco uses a RELAY switch under the hood. Is that what you replaced?

Swap it with the A/C RELAY switch (they are the same) to check it.

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