If just one headlight quit working it probably burned out. If both headlights quit working at the same time the fuse probably blew.
It is possible that both of the fuses are bad for the low beam headlights and the cruise control. A loose ground wire could cause the fuses to blow.
i was driving in the rain last night my headlights and wipers quit working and i stop the car for 15 minutes and they starting working again and they are still working what could have cause this my car is 2002 cavalier
If the speedometer and odometer both quit I would blame the speed sensor. If only the speedometer quit I would blame the instrument cluster.
check the fuse panel for blown fuse/check headlight switch
I would replace the headlight switch as Ford has had their share of these problems.
This happened to me . Was the switch when you turn on the headlights,not sure what it was called.
Low beams are burned out.
A/C fan clutch is bad. A/C fan clutch is bad.
1. Switch off 2. Bulbs burned out (not likely) 3. Fuse Blown (more likely) 4. If you have HID lighting ballast failure?
Your windows and radio both quit working at the same time because you blew a fuse.
There are several possibilities; headlight switch, headlight breaker or fuse, connectors, dimmer switch.
Lose of power or ground since all the gauges quit working.
if both fans quit working, it could be as simple as the relay fuse going out. have your mechanic check these fuses.
Normally the blinking on and off indicates there is a broken switch, broken wire, or a piece of bare wire. First, I would test the switches.
There are many reasons why the leveling system will quit working. The first thing to check would be the brake interlock wires, one may have come loose.
It can if both bulbs are burned out, also, if you have the high beams on the fog lamps turn off automatically.
I would look for a bad ground if the fuse is good
No they shouldn't unless it was VERY serious
I believe the '76 was the last Impala to have round headlights. The '77 Caprice had the rectangle shapped ones.
Check the fuse.
Replaced the battery in the remote.