Question about 1998 Ford Ranger SuperCab
When I turn the engine off, the highbeam indicator lights up on the dash, and the headlights remain on. I've had a problem with the battery draining if left for several days in the past, which I haven't been able to solve. And now this. I'm sure the behaviour of the headlights staying on is new -- I would have noticed. I think I had this problem with a host of other electrical problems in the past and I believe there was some kind of headlight module which was replaced. Anyone know where it is and whether I can just buy it and try replacing it? Last time I took it in for electrical work it was over $400 and it didn't solve the battery draining problem... Thanks...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check voltage at the circuit box and test the high/low dimmer switch. Corrosion on a ground wire could also be the problem.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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