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The headlights are not fused, they have a circuit breaker built into the main headlight switch on all GM built cars and trucks. If the headlights are not working most likely the headlight switch and connector will be burnt out, the contacts will be discolored and the connector smell burnt, replace both, the parts are fairly cheap
Remove headlight you will see 1 ( see pic) rods on top of the headlight you are going to turn them then pull up on the rods the pull out on the headlight.The look at the back side of the marker light and you will see a tab on left side push it the lenses will come out.
Sometime in most cases the bulb is high and low beam, two in one. They have one filament for high another for low either one can go out not at the same time. Other vehicles have an assembly for high another for low, bulbs are either high or low. I don't know which is your case but you have to replace the bulb. Take a look and find out for yourself how to take it out, get your hands dirty. In some cases you don't have to take out the assembly. Its just a matter of space.