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if its the factory system you can't do it what is wrong here did you disconnect the battery if so do it again & press your remote control if you lost your key and don't have another with the chip you can call a locksmith depending on his equipment he can extract the key codes then make you a key/s for about $250. otherwise it's tow it to the dealer for erase reprogramming and new keys $450-$500. + the tow OUCH!
I hate to tell you this, based on the amount of work and the expense, but I feel the problem is with the headlight switch/dimmer switch. For all the lights to burn out at the same time would be depressing, at best. Good luck, and I hope you can find a good used one, and a good friend to help you repair this.
It will be a low amp fuse,if the dimmer for the dash will not work,then if the fuse is dead on both side,then the head light switch is the problem,it controls the out put voltage to the fuse.It is common for them to do this.Find a fuse that is hot,only with the key on,and run it to the dead fuse for the instrument panel.The dash lights will work when ever the key is on,even with the lights off.But will not affect anything,or replace the headlight switch.
Your alternator may be on its way out. The alternator keeps the battery charged while driving and if the battery looses charge extra lights on the vehicle are usually the first to go. A rarer possibility is that there is a wire that is rotted. I would get your alternator tested first.
The vehicles affected by this recall are certain ‘92 & ‘93 model year Ford Thunderbirds and Mercury Cougars. The problem; the headlights turn off, then come back on after driving with the fog lights on. Ford is replacing the headlight switch and if necessary the electrical connector for the headlight switch. Repairs for a safety recall are to be performed at no cost to the vehicle owner, even if you are not the original owner. In addition, if the headlight switch was replaced before the recall, the owner is entitled to a refund for repairs. But the owner should still bring their vehicle in for inspection. Why? The replacement part may not have been of the new design.