Why would you? Fog lights are designed for use in poor driving conditions such as fog or rain at night. Using high beams under those conditions would make matters worse, that's why your vehicles fog lights won't operate when the high beams are on.
If your headlights go out while you are driving, you can try switching to your high beams. When you get home, you can replace the bulbs.
press on the button under the cruse control that are on the control pod- while you have your low or high beams on.
Aren't the headlights SUPPOSE to come on all at once?? Aren't the outside ones the HIGH beams and the inside ones the LOW beams?? Could be a problem in the dimmer switch.
Maybe a possible factory alarm problem !!
You may be mistaken it for the DDL's (Daytime Driving Lights) They come on while in gear... High beams have a BLUE light on the dash, while, the DDL's have a GREEN light.
Well, assuming that you are talking about headlights, the low beams are the dimmest settings for the drive headlights, while high beams are the brightest setting.
Your headlights are operated by twisting the end of your turn signal stalk. One forward rotational click, from the off position, turns your running/parking lights on. The next click turns your running/parking and your head lights on. The third click is "auto". In this positions your lights will turn on and off automatically depending on how much ambient light your vehicle is in while driving. Pushing the turn signal stalk forward turns your high beams on. Pulling it back again turns the high beams off. Your daytime running lights stay on whenever the car is running.
Low beams are used more and simply burn out quicker. Replace the bulbs. Check for a broken/corroded wire in the harrness running across the front header bar from one side to the other, I had the same problem and that's what it was.
if it's a Canada model, it's the daytime running lights relay, if us model, then check headlamp relay located in underhood fuse box (also that's where drl relay is)
The Windstar is a funny and often problematic minivan. Great design and comfort features but at the end of the day its a problem. Some of the configurations change from model to model. The fog lamps are supposed to turn off when your high beams are on but on the LX and Sport models they will not. Some Windstar also have the switch built in the headlight switch by pulling the knob in or out will others are mounted on the turn switch by pushing forward (which is your high beams). It is also possible that your switch for your high beams is faulting and might have to be replaced. If the fog lamps are on while driving and off while parked then I wouldn't worry to much about it as it won't drain your battery but if they stay on when your lights are off there are 2 solutions (quick fixes) 1. take the bulbs out or 2. run a toggle switch to shut them on or off manually or simply take it ford and have it fixed. I say Ford and not the local garage because you are getting into the electronics and electrical.
Driving Lights Used in Foggy ConditionsFog is millions of very tiny water droplets "floating" in the air. Light shined into fog tends to be reflected back to the source [the front of your vehicle]. It is recommended that you use low beams while driving in fog. The low beams are aimed slightly downward, and thus the light reflects downward off the water droplets in the fog and onto the ground ahead. Still, a small amount does reflect back to the driver's eyes, but not nearly so much as if the high beams are used.IF your vehicle is equipped with "Fog Lights" then use them in addition to the low beams. The amber/or yellowish color of the fog lights does not reflect back as badly as white or blue light, and thus reduces glare and appears to provide better "penetration" of the fog.
yes depending on what kind of alarm, if it factory then hold the high beams on while turning the ignition with a key or /screwdriver, if you wanna disable the factory alarm then unscrew the turnsignal,, remove the turnsignal,, then hold a screwdriver on the 2 connectors,, the car will flash and the alarm has been disabled,, or blown
it means your car has a tail light or brake lamp malfunction, just get someone to press on the brake or turn on the lights while you watch wich one its out.
Check the multifunction switch in the column first as it controls both high & low beams, as well as check the daytime running light module if so equipped.
Low beams are normally used more than high beams, so are more likely to burn out first. Some vehicles use separate bulbs for the high and low beams, and some use a bulb with two filaments. In either case, the low beam usually burns out first, while the high beam continues to function. This problem can also be in the switch, but is usually in the bulb.
If you're a coach and get a T while your team is on D what sport is that and what happened?
a competitive sport is usually a team effort, a lifetime is about what your doing for the sport while you're in it
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To restore the product to the factory-default settings, follow these steps. 1. Turn the product off. 2. Turn the product on, and while it is initializing press and hold both control-panel buttons at the same time until all the lights blink in unison.
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Typically it is because the connector inside the console that electronically switches the 4wd system on is not connected properly...This happened to me...I pulled it out and pushed it back in and the lights went off when in 2wd or Auto 4wd mode...