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Fuses have me confused

Yes I found the fuse box. (Driver's side dashboard side.) However the interior light fuse is not present. No space for it and no words that indicate it is even there. I also can't find the fuse for the lights. I have no low beams or tail lights. Brights work but won't stay in 'on' position.

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If you have not low beams or tail lghts most likelly your head light switch is bad, and the light are not feed by a regular fuse
they have fusible link, that means a regular wire with built in fuse, if any thing happends the wire just burn a liitle part of it and prevent fire on harnes, this fusible link will be located by the starter solenoid atached to the batterie hot wire on starter coming from batterie or by the batterie, just pull gently on every wire i mention and if one come apart fix it,

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