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When I turn my headlights on , the fuse pops and tail lights and dash lihgts dont work. Have no clue where the prob is.

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Tail lights and headlights work together , sounds like you have a bad ground

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The dash and tail lights are controled by the first "click" of the headlight switch found on the turn signal arm.

If the fuses are good, then your turn signal arm has failed.

First click is running lights (dash and outside marker lights), second is headlights.

The 1st position of the 2 position switch has contacts internally that have worn and no longer complete the circuit.

Replace the turn signal arm.

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