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1995 mercury grand marquis low beam head lamp relay

Bulbs are new I can kear relay click as I power them on but bulbs don't light up lookin for relay location and the wire colors to it

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Sounds to me that your hi and lo beam switch has gone out! It's the blinker handle! Have it replaced and all should be fine!

Posted on Apr 02, 2015

  • Joe Tetrault Apr 03, 2015

    Thanks ill give it a try!!!!the high beams work but no low beam ill try to replace the hi low switch thanks again!!

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