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My headlights will no go down - 1988 Nissan Pulsar

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    Kevin Arseneau Jul 28, 2008

    I tried to find the relay but had no luck

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The switch you touch to turn the headlights on and off probably needs to be replaced. It's poorly made inside. I've had 2 go out on me, same problem. Swap it out and pooof, you can close your eyes.

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The relay for the headlights has got damaged. change the relay or correct it

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