I would replace the headlight switch as Ford has had their share of these problems.
i have a 99 and it does it too...
Headlights have a thermal circuit breaker. A short to the headlight (positive to ground) will cause the breaker to trip. The breaker cools and the lights come back on till the breaker heats up. Find the short and fix it.
You don't say what year of Ford Crown Victoria , but if you move the turn signal lever forward it will turn on the high beam headlights
sounds like a bad day and night sensor or bad wiring
You've got a bad headlight switch and need to replace it, that's the switch you pull in the dash to turn the lights on. That's why the headlights only work on bright but not dim.
crown Victoria blower not working and head lights.
If you mean how do you activate the high-beam headlights, pull the turn signal lever back towards you until you hear a click.
To adjust headlights on a 1997 Crown Victoria, you would first need to remove the glass coverings. Next, check to see if the lights appear off or on a tilt or slant. If they do, simply place them accordingly or as desired. You will hear slight snaps, which are an indication that the lights are properly balanced and connected the circuitry board and base. Once competed, reinsert the glass coverings and you are set to drive.
Had the same problem. Exchange the LCM (Lighting Control Module), which is located under the steering column, togehter with the Mulitifunction Switch (turning lights, wiper control lever). This will stop the headlight problem, but I have some other difficulties with my lights - have a look at: http://www.2carpros.com/forum/2003-crown-vic-police,-headlights-shut-off-while-in-opera-vt90501.html
Possible headlight switch.
Bad switch? Headlight Relay Fuse/Breaker needs replacement
the 4way mutil.switch. Headlights. turn sig. wiper washer. I was not the lcm.
You will have to check all the door sensors.
It wasn't. both the crown and the colonies turned it down.
it connected to a break lights switch, attached to a break pedal
what number fuse for the break lights
See: http://www.p71interceptor.com/lcm/ fo info.. The earlier models used a circuit breaker in the fuse block that can go bad and cause the lights to flash or it can be the "lighting control module" that is at fault..
The headlight relay is in the Light Control Module (LCM).
It usually means that there is either a short in the circuit or the breaker is faulty.
most likely bad switch
Remove that wide black plastic piece above the headlights. Then using a 4 mm socket you have to turn the screws with black plastic around them.
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The manual switch good for being able to park with the lights off and the engine running. The automatic function can help to keep you from forgetting to turn on the headlights in an area where street lighting is good.
On a 1998 Ford Crown Victoria : If you mean that you want to turn on the high beam headlights ( push the turn signal lever forward , away from you )