Try the fuse's they DO go bad from time to time an you may have more then one. Good Luck and Remember.
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Is your headlight switch and blinker switch the same? If so, this is called the combination switch. Sounds like it is bad and needs to be replaced. Not uncommon for these to break.
The switch or the relay, check the cheapest, or simplest thing first, which could be the relay, but the symptom points more to the switch.
To find the cause of the low beams not working, start with the bulb to make sure both are ok. Check the dimmer switch, and the wiring from the switch to the headlights.
They stay on cause they runnin off the battery. there should be a car headlights switch somewhere by your spedometer stuff...
If by "dim headlights" you mean low-beams... the bulbs are bad and must be replaced.
faulty wiring or you are accidentally hitting the switch and not realizing it
headlight switch is probaly your trouble
I would replace the headlight switch as Ford has had their share of these problems.
Defective switch, switch not adjusted, blown fuse
bad headlight switch.
replace the head light switch
Chances are its your headlight switch if the fuse is good. It can also be your dimmer switch.
yes it will also cause them to blink off & on and
There are several possibilities; headlight switch, headlight breaker or fuse, connectors, dimmer switch.
blow fuse, bad motor, bad switch or wiring
depending on the vehicle, of course, most likely cause would be the combination switch
Theres a switch 2 buttons to the left of the defroster switch. That switch is to raise and lower you head lights without turning them on so you can change the headlights. The switch could have a short in it causing it to act like that.
Nonfunctional Brake LightsOne possible cause of this issue is that the brake light switch is not adjusted properly, or the switch could be defective.
it's your headlight switch
Headlights need to be on for starters. Blown bulb, relay, or switch.
bad light switch.
On my 89 there is a ground wire on the body in front of battery. Bad connection will cause problem with headlights. Could be hi/lo dimmer switch under dash. Hard to replace without removing steering column but I unplugged switch, plugged in new switch, set new switch on dim lights, and wired new switch to steering column so I have lights but only dim lights
Change your dimmer switch, it went out.the dimmer switch will allow your lights to work but cause problems with your high beam,also can cause your parking lights to short out. Change it asap
If you are referring to your guage lighting, is the dimmer switch thumbwheel to the right of your headlight switch turned all the way down ? I'm not sure about your O/D OFF & speed control lights.
It sounds like the low beam/high beam switch is bad. Fuses are not the problem since they are built into the headlight switch and would cause headlights to blink or not come on for both high and low beam headlights.