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HEADLIGHTS NOT OPENING WHEN SWITCH IS TURNED ON

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Check vacuum lines to headlights for leakage. Also listen for leakage at the switch.

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

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    Jeff Turcotte Sep 01, 2010

    Just reviewing old solutions and checked the book on this one. Apparently your lights are motor driven rather than vacuum. If it isn't fixed yet, check fuses. Since neither is working, it must be fuse, wiring, or switch.

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