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Headlights will not come on and it will not start.

The running lights, turn signals work, but the headlight and road lamps will not come on and it will not start,

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Sounds like you have no connection at a major junction block in your wiring that will be running to you ignition and kill switch.. Look for a green (corroded) or loose connection. Also first would clean all battery connection!

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