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Get a multi-meter and check for power at the motor that moves the lights up and down. If there is 12V, your motor is shot. If there isn't 12V then it could be a fuse. Use your multi-meter again to check for voltage across the fuse. If there is 12V across the fuse, the fuse is blown. If there is virtually no voltage measured across the fuse, the fuse is good. You might have other problems. Good luck.

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Q: If the head lights on a 1987 Nissan 300 ZX stopped rolling up or down should you check the fuses?
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