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My right pop up lights dont work

I have check the fuse and the fuse is not blown.
Anyone know what else i can do?

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You wiring harness is probably broken. I replace 3 on my '87 before I resigned myself to just keeping the headlights up all the time because the mechanic told me its the up/down/up/down of the light that puts a kink, then eventually causes a break in the wiring harness.

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Try to check the pop up motor , you can take it out and check it by connecting directly to battery

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