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Break lights work,blinkers work, no headlights

Break lights work,blinkers work, when I pull the signal lever, the high beams come on, but no tail lights and no high or low beam lights. I checked all the fuses and they are good. I can't tell those that don't have a window to look at the fuse contnuity. Did I blow one of the other relays. Both headlights were working.

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Go back and check the fuses with a meter or test light. The test light can be purchased at a autoparts store cheap. Use the owners manual or see if the fuse location is marked on the fuse box cover.

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