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Head lamps will not go on. Does the head lamps

Head lamps will not go on. Does the head lamps have a fuse or relay and where is it located?
What could be the problem?

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Headlights have a ground wire next to the battery check this for breakage before replacing switch. If you do need a new switch pull the tail/dash fuse BEFORE removing the switch or it will blow every time!

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No fuse or relay. A new head light switch is needed instead

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