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Head lights will not stay on an there are no fuses blown

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  • yunikchae May 11, 2010

    sounds like u have a loose electrical connection, but u probably already knew that. check and see if the light bulb somehow got loose. u may also have a problem in the steering column, with the actual circuit closing. how long do the lights stay on? do the lights turn on with a button, or on a switch on the steering column?

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The headlights are 5 seperate circuits, Lh, Rh dip and head , plus main beam flash . So it's unlikely a fuse problem , you should check the connector plug at light switch(wiggle test) and possible H/light relay (if fitted) . Any bad connection at the Ign sw or steering column will also give this type of symptom. Good luck

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