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According to my wiring diagram, the headlight switch works a relay which is powered by two different fuses. I would check the relay for voltage first. You may need a repair manual to trace the circuits.
There is a gear in the speedometer that is stripped and is causing the odometer to stop working. You can get a replacement gear from Odometer Gears (Jeff Caplan) 757-593-3478. You will need special tools to replace these gears, so you may want to take the speedo or the car to a speedometer shop.