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2000 ford focus head lights keep turning on and off while driveing

When the lights come back on so do the wind sheild whipers

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This may be caused by several problem's that must be trouble shot by someone. these are a few area's that may be a cause of your problem. A light shortage problem in the light fixture itself located under the light bulb's, or a battery problem, a alternator and voltage regulator problem, a light switch problem located under the light switch knob on the dashboard display area or a wiring shortage which run's from the front of the vehicle to the back of the vehicle in various location depending on the year, make and model of the motor vehicle.

Posted on Nov 30, 2012

  • jay brett Dec 01, 2012

    It's odd it only did this off and on for30 minutes then stoped . I was listening to pandora on my phone so l unpluged my fm transmiter . it didn't happen after . also have noticed melting of the posative battery cable , this is new

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SOURCE: 2000 ford focus rear driving lights

Had this problem myself. Try replacing your brake light switch, they are not real expensive and can be changed in a matter of mineuts. It is located by following your brake pedal all the way up to the top, when you get there , there id a switch that when you push down on the brake it releases the button to put you brake lights on and when you take your foot off the brake itallows the switch to go back.

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SOURCE: Ford Focus 2000 Wagon SE Rear Whiper

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