I checked fuses and replaced blown fuses and now it won't start.
Probably a blown fuse. Check the fuses.
The 1998 Lincoln Navigator trailer turn signal fuse will be in the fuse box. The trailer turn signal fuse will be one of the auxiliary fuses at the bottom of the second column.
You may have blown a fuse. Check your fuses and replace any that look blown. Checked fuses none blown, OD & SD wouldn't work if it were fuse,checked every where for short cant find one
There are separate fuses for both the front and rear auxiliary power points. Check the fuse box to see if the fuse is blown out.
If all fuses are good perhaps a bad headlight switch?
Bulbs may be blown.
Checked the fuses, if none are blown then the switch in the steering wheel probably went bad and needs to be replaced.
The Ford F2 50 trailer wiring fuse will be one of the auxiliary fuses in the fuse box. The auxiliary fuses will be the last four fuses in the second column.
If this was my truck, I would look at replacing the headlamp switch if you have checked the fuse and have checked the power going INTO the fuse for that circuit. Good luck. I had the same problem ,I checked the fuses and couldn't find the blown fuse. There are 2 different fuses. I can't remember the other one so look really close for all the fuses. I think it might have been the same one for the wipers but look real hard and you may find another one blown..
Blown fuse? Radios also have there own fuses. Have u checked?
I have a 93 and my A/C switch quit working so i checked all the fuses and found a 15 amp one blown, it was not designated as the A/C however after replacing the blown fuse the A/C worked again. So my advice would be to check all your fuses.
Your radiator cooling fan may be defective. Have it checked buy a professional. This could lead to a harness fire if you keep putting fuses in/ Blown fuses indicate too heavy of load on wires. Get it fixed.
fuses are blown, or bulbs are blown
the bulb got busted
The cause of this issue can be blown fuses in the car. If the fuses are not blown, there is a fault in the electrical system.
That is a definite possibility, along with blown fuses, burnt wires, etc.That is a definite possibility, along with blown fuses, burnt wires, etc.
Have you checked your fuses?
Example sentence - The fuses in vehicles should be checked carefully.
If there are no blown fuses in your Lincoln ls, then there could be a short in the wires causing your power locks to not work.
Is the radio playing? If so, it could be the bulb is burned out, or the grounding needs to be checked out. Replace all the fuses even if they seem not blown it worked for me!
Could be the dimmer rheostat has an open Could be a bad headlight switch Could be blown bulbs
Check for a blown fuse. have checked fuses with meter under driver side dash and under hood on 2004 explorer