check if the light bulbs are dead ???? By park lights do you mean the running lights or fog lights below the headlights? If so im having the same problem with my 99 SE ... message me if you found a solution. Thanks, bainez
An overload of electricity. Fuses are intended to be the weak link in case of an overload so they can be easily replaced. Otherwise the break would occur elsewhere and be more difficult to fix, and may even cause a fire. Fuses serve one purpose and one purpose only. They are there to protect the wiring from overload. An overload without the fuse blowing will cause a fire.
could be the wiring to the dome light
Check ALL of the fuses and connections on the fuse pannel.
Check for a good ground between the engine and the body. Also check the light grounds.
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Check your fuses. The cars book should tell you where the fuse box is, and which fuse is for your parking lights.
The dash lights on an Explorer are used to light the warning symbols and to illuminate the speedometer, gas gauge, and RPM gauge. These lights are controlled by fuses.
The Headlight switch is where the dash receives it's power from.
Start small. Check your fuses.
Fuses blow when there is a short circuit or an over current condition.
There is a short in the signal light circuit.
Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit I had the same problum last year and had to replace the wires.
Check bulbs Check fuses Check switch
Check ALL fuses. If you want to take the fuse for the lights out, just start pulling fuses until it goes out. There may be more than just those lights on that fuse.