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2002 Yukon XL - No Headlights

No headlights or bright lights. Turn signals work. Factory Fog Lamps work. All other electical works.

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Check the headlight fuses in the engine fuse box compartment. Not sure if the lights have relays, but they will be clearly mark in the inside of the top cover for location.

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