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you have a bad wire .....had the same problem with mine.what i did was took out the turn signal /combination switch from the left side of the steering column and put a test light to each of the wires to see which one went on and off when using the high /low beam switch.then followed the same color coded wire down near the bottom of the steering column and spliced a new piece of wire into it.then ran the wire through the firewall (just happened to have one already there above the harness that goes through the firewall).if you need to drill small hole for new wire make sure you feed a half inch of small vacuum hose into the hole before you run the wire through.this will prevent a short from happening.then go under the hood on the driver's side and between the master cylinder and the fender you will see a brown colored plug about 3 inches long and about 1 inch around.tap the new wire into the green wire and then try your high / low beam.it should be working fine.haven't had a problem with mine since.....good luck , DAVE B.
The Flash to Pass feature must press a rod down somewhere when you pull back on the Column stick control. Seems like a spring is broke to reset the control. This may be a separate piece from the Column switch.
If you remove the column switch and see where the 2 parts meet you could pull the stuck part back through the column. You may have a bare wire in the column especially with a tilt wheel.
did you check if yourl ow beams. might be burn out that is usually the case if the high beams work that is usually the case if the high beams work take them off buy new ones and try them just make sure you dont touch the new ones with sweaty hands that migh mess them up
Just had my 2004 Grand Marquis HL fixed. They would go off after less then 5 mins and then come back on in less than 5 mins. Then repeat. ONLY The high beam Hold switch would work. It was the LCM (Light Control Module) found behind the Glove Box. $700 for the Dealer to fix.
15 Min job for anyone who can figure out
how to remove the Module.