Question about 2000 Ford F150 Flareside SuperCab
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Sounds like a bad connection in the park light circuit. The collision may have fractured a wire that supplies power or earth to the park lights. Check for a poor/loose Earth wire bolt inside the engine bay near the head lights an check for any obvious signs of any wires in the loom showing damage by chafing or kinking. Also check any of the plastic block connectors in the wiring loom for the park lights. Sometimes the metal spade connections are not secured properly within the plastic block and can be pushed back when the plastic blocks are joined together or can just work loose over time. Check the security of these connectors in the plastic blocks by gently pulling then pushing each wire in the connector block. There should be little or no movement. Any loose ones will be obvious if they pull out some distance. If you have a multimeter or test lamp you can check for power on the input to the globe sockets and interconnecting blocks or earth continuity.
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