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No headlamp fuse. Headlamps controlled by TIPM (Totally Intergrated Power Module). A VERRRRy fussy critter. If plow lights or other accessories not added correctly, pop goes the tipm. Sometimes it can be reset/rebooted.
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alright thanks alot, I have power to my headlamp plugs just not the lowbeam on the driver side. Could the TIPM control that? Also, I have a lot of chicken lights on the truck and there all tied into the running lights. Would that have somethin to do with it
07.5 6.7 G56 C&C. With some goodies
I know both times my TIPM fried the lights started doing weird things. Low beam on one side didnt work, then they both didnt and then they did, then my running lights went out. This past time I had it fixed they went through and cleaned all my grounds and told me to do the same on my trailer.
I know when the bed was put on we had to have the dealer turn up the juice for the lights to work properly. I would seriously get them to hook up to your truck and see if something shorted that circuit out.
'13 4500 CC 4x4 197"WB, stock.
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