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This evening I finally fixed my high beams! Not surprisingly, when the fan ate my wiring last spring, it also smoked the fuse.  HOWEVER - I did not know that I could have power at the headlights with a blown fuse, so didn't ever check it (them?!) until I read about this issue.

 

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