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Head lights dont work on my 86 ford bronco II, new switch still not working

Change main switch, check for power on wires and nothing, dont now if there is a relay somewhere to control the lights, hi and low switch stop working a few days before the lights quit working

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The main lights have dip and main switching
whats ever is up its the + side

so check the fuses and holders and wires and the dip main relays and main beem switchings
so...does the dip beam work if so its the relay or switch to dip main gone wrong

Posted on Dec 10, 2014

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