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My dipped and full beam headlights don't come on. Usually dipped light always on when ignition turned on, but both still work when using 'pass' flashing switch. Tried WD40 on switch, no obvious loose wires, bulbs and fuses OK. Any suggestions?

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Check for grounding needed to complete the circuit.

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maybe it just sticks a bit? pulling back the starter switch was the trick for mine...a little dusting with a paint brush and i was good to go

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