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98 Ford Explorer, Back wireing harness for the headlight switch.

I need the back wiring harness for the headlight switch, the switch itself is fine. The harness is burnt up? No auto parts store carries it what can i do?

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Try an auto parts recycler or junk yard.but why did the wires burn?

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