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I have check all the fuses I can think of and just replaced the headlight relay fuse and I still have no headlight. A friend of mine jump started my car the other day and touched the jumper cables together while they were still hooked to my car. Don't know if that did anything, but after that I have no headlights or radio, and only one brake light.

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    I found that if I clicked the headlights to high beam and back the headlights started working again. I will be replacing the high beam switch next week.

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I would replace the bulbs wich dont work and take the radio out and see if there is a fuse behind there as there usually is as this could of blown causing the radio not to work.

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