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Ford escort mark 6 no dipped headlights

I have main beam, side lights ,and dim lights, I have changed the fuses and bulbs the fuse box is giving 12v at each light fuse but no dipped headlights!

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  • gillygilly0 Feb 09, 2009

    have replaced stalk

  • edgar walker
    edgar walker May 11, 2010

    i used to rebuild excorts and never heard of " dipped headlights" do you possibly mean "fog lights"?? and if it is fog lights then you need to replace the entire assembly

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    both main beam bulbs blow after a few months. dipped beam and all other bulbs work fine

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Hi it could be the light stork (the indictor arm) its all in 1 with the wippers and hazzard switch

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