If it's the same as the 1996 Ford Ranger , fuse # 33 is a 15 amp fuse for the High beam lamps
Check fuse # 33 - it states headlights , DRL , gauge cluster
Check your owners manual.
I would have to say that would be your pull switch on the dash. I had the same problem on my 88 Ranger, just replace it. I do not remember the cost of part or specific name of part
I'd be looking at a faulty headlight or stalk switch.
Bad bulbs Bad dimmer switch
Bad bulbs or multifunction switch
I have a 2003 ford ranger v6 with 161000 miles and still run like new
You have to use relays and diodes, a lot of electrical "know how" will be needed.
Answer: on the turning signal switch turn the handle forward for headlights. high beams pull in to flash. push out for high beams to stay on.
Headlights have two filaments; one for low beams and one for high beams. There is a good chance that the low beams are burnt out. This doesn't necessarily mean that the high beams won't work. However, it's not too common for both low beams to burn out at the same time. Of course, it could be a fluke. I would replace the headlights with new ones and then go from there.
your bulbs are burnt out. when you switch on the high beams its only the high beams. but when you flash your brights it lights up both high and low beams.
Bad low beam relay or dimmer switch
I would start with the easy answer. Check both of your headlamps to be sure that the low beam filament is still intact. If all is well there, I would start leaning towards the multi-function switch (which is the headlamp / turn signal lever.
First check the bulbs, if the bulbs are good I would suspect the high/low beam switch is bad.
U might need new headlights
Pull back on the turn signal lever to change from high beams to low beams If the turn signal lever is pushed forward the high beams stay on and if the turn signal lever is pulled back all the way that is the " flash to pass " feature
fuse, bulbs or switch
Your high beams work but your low beams do not because the switch is broken that switches between high and low beams. Electrical switches wear out.
Yes. That is by design. Pulling back on the switch is used for 'flash to pass'.
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.
are you pushing or pulling. one direction flashes the high beams, the other clicks them on.
get a high performance chip for the computer.
Check the bulbs Check Hi-beam circuit breaker/relay Check the hi/low switch