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Q: WITHOUT ACC HEADLIGHT DOOR LIGHTS NOT WORKING

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WHEN THE KEY NOT AT adaptive cruise control ALL LIGHT ARE NOT WORKING

My car has 148600 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

A: I am sorry, I do not fully understand your ...

I am sorry, I do not fully understand your question. However, you are most likely experiencing a problem with one of the main fuses or relays in your electrical system. I am unable to determine exactly which component is faulty without seeing the problem, but you will want to take a look at the wiring to check for any damaged or blown fuses. My best advice would be to hire one of our expert mechanics to come by and take a closer inspection of your electrical problems.

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