I am experiencing the same problem with my 1997 f-150, and have not found the answer. Lamps, fuses (inboard and out) good.
switches good - flash to pass no good high beam indicator no good autolamp function and all other lamps (low, parking, hazard and turn) good
U might need new headlights
Get a new headlight switch even check your bulbs might help
If the outgoing email stopped, your Internet connection might not be working properly. Make sure it is working properly and try again.
dimmer switch wore out or you might just have running lights.
Your low beams might be burned out, or your switch is not working in low beam.
It might be the high/low beam switch. Had to replace one on my '96 when I had only low beams.
If you experiance no hassles turning on your computer and running simple applications, then it is working properly. If your computer tends to act buggy, it might be a good time to get it checked out.
Switch? Part of the multi-function switch perhaps? Do they not work at all? Because you might even need to get your lights adjusted. If they are too low to the ground, it might make the appearance that they aren't on.
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it could be the blower switch
There are a number of possible reasons. * It might not be installed properly. * It might be disabled in your BIOS. * It might be disabled by a switch or button on your computer.
The sample might be too thick.
Depending on if the switching unit is working on the frame rail on the driver's side just at the rear of the cab. It might not be switching to the rear if that switch is not working, also check the switch on the dash.
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your switch that controls the compresser might be bad.
It needs to be in good working order. If there are any cracks or tears in it, then it might not work properly.
If you are talking about a wall switch for the heater, check to see if the heater has its own internal thermostat or switch as this might be in the off position and not allow the heater to turn on. If you are talking about a switch on the heater itself, then yes in all probability the switch is not working.
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You might check the wiring of your speakers and check if they are working then check your CD player if its working properly.
You might have a bad brake light switch. If you don't have brake lights the switch is bad. When your brake light switch isn't working it wont send a signal to the shift solenoid.
It's not suppose to sizzle, you need a new light switch! It might start a fire!! When a switch makes a noise when turned on, this would indicate a quite worn switch or a switch that is not connected properly. The audible noise is made from electricity jumping over a small gap. This jumping does unfortunately create heat and might in worst case cause a fire. It might be easy enough as just tighten a few screws in order to correct this.
You might have a headlight out. Check the high beams to make sure that they are working. (Those are the REALLY bright lights.)
The brake light switch might not be connected properly. Remove the brake light switch for 10 seconds and replace it to its original position.
The switch was stuck between high and low beams. Just flick the high/low beam switch once and the circut will be back to normal.