Question about 1988 Mercury Tracer
Headlights typically do not use fuses, but rather circuit breakers. That makes the lights function longer than fuses.
Have you checked to be sure that both low beams are not burned out? It is a common problem, if you do not notice the first light burned out.
If yours are a halogen style DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS with your fingers. Oils from your fingers will alter the glass, and it will burn out prematurely. No Touchie, and if so, clean with alcohol and swab. Costs less too, as bulbs last much longer.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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