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Headlights not working, blows fuse when turn them on, short on the wiring

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I've heard this before from a friend, the wiring harness that went around the battry box had become corroded at that point from the run over of battery acid. Pevious to this discovery he'd changed his headlight swaitch which remedied the problem for a short term.

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