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My headlights wont turn on everything is good 1996 hyundai accent

My headlights wont turn on but the fuses and relay are good switch turns on running lights. what can i check and or do to fix this???? bulbs are still good and wiring is all intact. 1996 hyundai accent

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The grounds may be bad they are behind headlamps but more than likely it is the switch

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My 2005 Hyundai Accent headlights would not work either. All my fuses and the bulbs were good. Finally I discovered that there is a relay up under the driver's side dash. I've written an article on how to find and replace the relay: Hyundai Accent Headlights Will Not Come On Share Your Repair

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