Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Am
The fog lights should be on a different circuit then the headlights so that's not conclusive as to whether the fuse is good. I assume both headlights are out? Locate the fuse block and look for a fuse labeled hdlmp or similar. If you have a test light, use it to determine you have power on both sides of the fuse with the key on, you may have to turn the headlight switch on as well. If you have power on only one side of the fuse, the fuse is blown and replacing it should get your lights working. However it may blow again as there might be a short. If you have power on neither side of the fuse then there is a problem with the headlight switch, fuse block, ignition switch or wiring. Let us know what you find with the fuse.
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