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While installing a new indicator assembly I shorted out a live wire on the back of the auxiliary light stalk (I don’t have aux lights) Not low beam on the main headlights is not working, high is fine. Main fuses are fine, and if checked the only inline fuse I can find behind the glovebox.
No power for low at the headlamp connectors - any advice? Can’t see a fuse anywhere!
 

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possibility that the shot caused an overload of the contacts with in the switch, basically a burnt switch.
 

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Seems to be fine. There’s no juice to that Auxiliary light switch now, so somewhere some how that Aux circuit is tied up to the low beam circuit as there’s no juice on either
 

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said case you do have abit of detective work ahead of you, it may be worth your while to locate a shop manual for your model year. it should contain wiring diagram among other details.
 
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