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Have a 2006 Ford Five Hundred and replaced the passenger head light and still will not work. Any suggestion on the cause?

Replaced bulb with a new one

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I had a headlight problem last year and it turned out to be not just the bulb, but also the socket it plugs into. It was melted. I found that several other people had theirs do the same thing.

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Check your fuse, If that's good check to see If you have
voltage to the fuse , If you with a cheep test light from Harbor Fright,
If you don't have power check your light switch . If you do have power at the fuse , Check with the head lights on
each of the head lamp wires with the point of the
probe while you ground the clip to the negative(black) to the engine
If you show power there that means you have a bad ground wire by your head light or a eroded socket

Posted on Dec 04, 2014

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    A test light won't tell you what the voltage is,you need to know that (volt meter is what is needed)

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Have to do some voltage drops with a volt meter
to find ref voltages & grounds

Most likely will need a wiring diagram to find the problem

Posted on Dec 04, 2014

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