Question about Ford F-150
No headlights, nothing anywhere? That could be failed fusible links, if not just bad, corroded connections on the battery. Also check battery grounds.
Fusible links are the major power distributors on older vehicles. One could be for the headlights and exterior lights, another could be for ignition switch power. The links would connect to positive battery power. Look for them attached to the positive cable on the starter relay on the passenger fender well. Fusible links work like fuses, designed to burn out if too much current goes through, that to protect the rest of the wiring in the circuits they supply power to.
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