Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
All other lights work. High beam indicator on dash is lit regardless of high beam lever location, does not turn off. Fuse 16 in passenger compartment fuse panel checked OK. Fuses 9 and 11 in power distribution box checked OK. One headlight bulb ( left ) looks OK. ???????
The HPOP (high pressure oil pump) is right under the filter housing. There are 2 lines that distribute the oil to the cylinder heads. The o-rings on those fittings go out. Kit is available from Ford or International. You will need a special wrench to get to the fittings though.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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No its not just a ford problem. I just had this same problem with my lights on a 99 chevy suburban. Turned out to be a little relay switch located under the dash to the left of the steering column. The repair was about $20.00 but it works well now. You can also go to a website called Auto Forum and post questions regarding auto problems that's what I did first. The Gm dealer was useless for getting any information. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
The low beam headlamps have a seperate fuse for each lamp in the central or underdash fuse panel.
The right headlamp is fuse fuse 26 (10amp) and the left is fuse 28 (10 amp). These fuse are hot only when headlamps are on so you need to test them with a test light with headlamps on. If they do not have power to them then concern is either headlamp switch or daytime running lamp relay if your vehicle is equipped with this feature, or a bad multifunction switch.
Power leaves the headlamp switch on the RD/YE wire and goes to multifunction switch. It leaves multifunction switch on the other RD/YE wire The wire will then go thru either a connector c2003 located behind the passenger side air bag behind the dash or to the DRL relay if your vehicle has this feature and leaves there on RD/BK wire to the headlights .
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Do yourself a favor before taking to a dealer. Open the hood and find the fuse box. It will be on the firewall on the drivers side. Open it and fine the low beam relay. Finding it is easy. If you open your owners manual and look up relay in the index in the back of the manual there will be a listing of the relay locations. If you dont have the manual any more. A relay is a black or grey box. There are two diffrent types. The types look like a square and one looks like a rectangle. You are looking for the rectangle. The low beam relay is in the row of rectangle relays closest to the driver's side fender. Remove the two closest to the windshield. The one closest to the windshield is for high beam. Take that one and place it where the low beam is.If that fixes it go to an auto parts store and buy a replacement relay. Then try the lights. Let me know and good luck !
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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Posted on May 03, 2009
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