I'd first check to see if there is 12 volts to the headlight sockets. You should be able to remove the left bulb socket off the bulb from under the hood. If you don't have it, it's a little harder to chase back. Post back with the results.
My lights refused to come on as well as few years back. What I did was to remove the headlight switch and open it up. This was of course after tracing all the wires and jiggling them, to no avail. Inside the switch, a contact somehow worked out of it's nitch due to the plastic cracking around it. A little crazy glue and back in business.
Any car past 1972 is just simply transportation, really!
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Ted6555: } would find the headlight relay. test for the presence of the controll volace (light switch controlled). If there is power there, then check the headlight circuit. The relay may be burned out.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Good suggestion but Chevy was too cheap to use a headlight relay. Might be in the high/low switch or the headlight switch or someplace else. Best to trace backwards.
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