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Have no head light no running or parking lights but have brake &trun lights

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  • John Fears May 11, 2010

    different circuit did you check the fuses are you getting power to the headlight switch?power out?

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Check you headlight switch for burnt connections .If they look good then i would try a new headlight switch :)

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