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My headlight burn , i change the burn socked and

My head light went of when my socket burn. I change the socket an dosent go on mi lights i Chek de fuse and ar? good i check the wire and dose not pase electricity . All the light ar? good ecept the head lights

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Hi and welcome to the site,

Depending on the version, there is a hidden headlight switch inside the start button switch that switches off when starting. In some instances, the contacts may have corrosion or have burned when the headlight socket had a problem. Other than the dimmer switch this is another possibility to consider.

Good luck and thank you for asking.

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