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05-23-2011 12:18 PM
Garyk It could be as simple as bad grounds/bad connections. Time to get out the test light and check each light.
05-23-2011 09:48 AM
spnksmck
Low beams and tail lights not working

My fiancé has a 93 and has been having some electrical problems with it since she's had it. The only lights that work are the high beams and the brakes. Her tail lights, low beam headlights, and turn signals do not work at all. We took it to a shop and they just let it sit for 3 weeks and didn't fix anything. Does anybody have input on what the problem might be? Any help is appreciated. Thanks

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