Question about 1987 Ford Mustang
Dash lights/ tail light fuse kept blowing. thought i found and fixed the problem, ran out of 15 amp fuses so i put a bigger amp fuse in to make sure i fixed the problem. something else blew because it didnt blow the fuse this time but still no lights. is it possiable i burnt out the headlight switch or is there something else i need to look at?
It sounds like you solved this one your self . It does sound like the switch has went bad, but also look for any lose or bad wires around the tail lights and the wire harness going to them.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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