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How do i switch the regular headlights of a 96 crown vic to hid lights

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Get on ebaymotors then click on the parts and accesories tab. after that type in the year make and model of your vehicle followed by hid headlight kit and out will come an enormous list of hid conversion kits that you can purchase for your vehicle!

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Unfortunately it is the light control module. This is a very common problem on the Crown Vic's, especially the 2003-2006 models. Try your local junk yard. It is located under the dash just above the gas pedal. There are 4 small screws that hold it in and one small wiring harness.

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SOURCE: Adjusting headlights on 2002 Crown vic

I noticed this is 6 months old so I don't know if you have figured it out yet but heres an answer for you. On the back of the headlights there are 3 plastic heads, they turn but spray some wd40 or something on them first. You might have to take the headlights assembly out to get a good bite on them.

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford Crown Vic Headlight Blackout Problem

repalce the relay its going bad

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SOURCE: 1999 ford crown vic dash light running light problem.

Check all the bulbs at tail end for parking and brakes, test grounds and harness for trailer. Check fuses. clean batery terminals, Re instal head light swich properly and make sure all wires conect.
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SOURCE: how to remove wiper arm 96 crown vic

WHERE THE WIPER ARM AND SHAFT COME TOGHER THERE IS A LEVER LIFT UP THE WIPER SO THAT IT IS POINTING AT THE SLY AND PRY OUT THE LOCK AT THE BASE OF THE WIPER ARM .

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