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Headlights not working

My headlights stopped working, it is not the lamps themselves..I replaced them. The fuse under the dash is good and I have running lights. I am thinking that it might be the headlight switch, but I am not sure. Thanks Cory

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Check the ground for the headlight circuit.

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