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Why would the low beams work and the high beams not work on a 93 ford ranger?

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2015-07-14 15:05:04
2015-07-14 15:05:04

On a '93 Ranger there is an independent fuse in the underhood power distribution center just for the highbeams. Check continuity if it is good, you may have 2 other possibilities. Either the highbeam capsule bulbs are burned out or you have a problem with the highbeam multifunction switch. !!

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