If your headlights are not working when you pull the switch or if your turn signals are the only things working, Then your headlight switch might be broken. This is often due to loose connections or wear and tear on the part itself. The first thing I would highly recommend before starting this project is to make sure that your connections at the headlights are tight. You can test this by simply putting a piece of foil in the connector or by bending the prongs slightly. Also check to see if your headlight bulbs are out. If these simple checks do not work, then it might be time to tackle this project. I bought my headlight switch ( at the time this video was made ) for around $28 USD. Follow me in this step by step tutorial to replace the part and always remember to disconnect the battery.
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