The headlights of a Ford Windstar may have problems going on if they are burnt out or if there is a wiring problem. Blowing a headlight fuse will also lead to both lights not working.
Most headlight circuit breakers are located in the headlight switches. Headlights are on a circuit breaker automatic reset so headlights don't go out if there is a problem and will blink on and off to get you off the road safely until you can fix the problem. Look for a short in the wiring between the headlight switch and the headlights themselves.
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hi the dip headlight means that you have a problem with the headlights it is a common problem recognized by the factory.
Disassemble the headlights from your car. Use a hair dryer to dry all the water in your headlights. To prevent this problem happening again, make sure to check how did water get into your headlights in the first place. It could be various reasons: weather, headlight seals, and etc.. You can consider getting a new set of headlight if your headlight seals are bad.
1. You have a busted headlights. 2. You have a busted fuse for the headlight. 3. Have an Electrical wiring connection problem. 4. No battery charge
A couple of possible reasons why your headlights don't light up: 1. Both headlights are burned out. 2. The headlight switch has gone bad. 3. There is a wiring problem.
well 1 headlight will just be a 5 day fix-it most likely, if you are driving with no headlights at night you're goign to have a problem....
More that likely the headlight switch is bad. Turn your headlights on and when they start to flicker tap on the headlight switch real fast. If they flicker to you tapping on the switch, that's the problem. They had problems with that switch around that year. It's a pretty cheap fix and you can do it your self quickly. Can also be a sign of a failing alternator.
There are a lot of ways you can get this done, but I prefer this: Take the headlight assembly out and dry with air dryer, then re-seal headlight with clear silicon, problem solved.
It sounds like a direct short in the headlight circuit . Check for shorted wiring to the headlights and tail lights . Could also be headlight and or dimmer switch .