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The first thing to do is check the fuses. If they are the aluminum strip type then replace them with new copper type. You may have to clean the contacts in the fuse box.
If that does not fix it then buy a voltmeter and check power to the relevant fuses when the light switch is turned on.
 

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Headlights each have a separate fuse.

But they all have a common feed on the back of the fuse box.

Check your grounds, or the switch.
 

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hmmm, imagine that, corrosion on old Italian wiring. Who would have thought?
 
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