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This could only be a couple of things. It is either a fuse, or a bad light switch. I would recommend that you start at the fuse panel, and if all of the fuses are good, the remove the light switch.

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I would check the fuses and relays under your hood on the drivers side.

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Can't find the fuse box under the hood can ya help

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