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Lost my headlights,tail lights,turn signal,and dash lights,have no power in the fuse box on the inside

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Behind the fuse box there is a gray connector. check the red/white wires on either side of the connector for 12 volts. if no voltage on either side replace 40 amp fuse in engine compartment fuse box, if voltage on only one side, repair the connector connection overheats and melts inside the connector

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