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There is an answer for fords (fixya) on this subject where Ford is replacing all light modules for vehicle 12 years old or younger regardless of the ownership records. It is not a recall but an acknowledgement of a faulty module. Read past answers or contact the ford motor company direct and make enquiries.
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
If you have a 1999-2011 Mercury Marquis, Mercury Marauder, or Crown Victoria, and your headlights and or tail lights don't work, Ford just finally extended the warranty on your LCM (Lighting Control Module) for free - both parts and labor and will install a new one for free! Ford has extended the warranty to 15 years/250,000 miles. It must be done at a Ford Dealer and the fix is free. Call your local ford Dealer and tell them you need to make an appointment because your headlights don't work and Ford has extended your warranty on the LCM. Tell them it is the Customer Satisfaction Program 14N01. Have your Vin number ready as they will ask for it. You don't have to be the original owner. If they act like they don't know what you are talking about ask to talk to the manager or tell them to call Ford Motor Company and ask them, or you can call Ford yourself. We had ours done at a Ford dealer in August of 2014 in Scottsdale, AZ. It is a 15 year warranty and if you have a 1999, the deadline might have passed, but call them and ask them to see if it has. Maybe it hasn't."
Repeat: You don't have to be the original owner.
Posted on Feb 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Yes they are easy to change, But they aren't cheap. I work on a lot of police cars and usually the light control module will have just one dead circuit in it, like no parking lights or no headlights. You can bypass the one circuit that is bad with a relay.
Posted on May 19, 2010
SOURCE: We have a 2004 Ford
there is a common problem with these cars it is called a lighting modual that very well could be the problem ..the proper way though is to check all the fuses first and make sure the bulbs are good
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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