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Head lights will not work after changing the bulbs and fuse, what could it be

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Faulty headlight switch or on off relay that turns the lights on and off when the key is turned on or off

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Which fuse should i change for my headlights ?


Look at your fuse panel board either under the dash board on drivers side or possibly under the hood depending on vehicle. It will tell u which fuse is for the headlights.

Or from the sounds of it... Possible head light bulb burnt out and not a fuse. A headlight fuse should not be popping or burning out. I would suggest looking at the filament on the bulb to see if intact. Replace broken head light bulb with working other working headlight to eliminate one possibility. If it works buy a new bulb. If it doesn't look at fuse panel.

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You either have an elecrical problem or your you might have a fuse blown beacuse the signal and the head light it self work off of two seperate fuses witch means if the head light fuse is blown them the signal will still work. So what I would do first is I would check the fuses and the best way to check the fuses is to have a check light.

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did you change any relays  swap some relays to see if you can get the tail lights working but something else will fail    do you mean marker lights  make sure you used the correct bulb type  many are dual filament bulbs and will not work right if you used single filament bulbs

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