Question about 1995 Ford Escort
My head light went out and i have replaced the bulb but no joy. i checked the wiring on the connectors and one of them has popped out. Are they easy to re- wire? if so how do you do it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds like a bad connection in the head light wiring. Check for a poor/loose Earth wire bolt inside the engine bay near the head lights. Also check any of the plastic block connectors in the wiring loom for the head lights and also where the connector plugs onto the rear of the headlight globe itself. Sometimes the metal spade connections are not secured properly within the plastic block and can be pushed back when the plastic blocks are joined together. Check the security of these connectors in the plastic blocks by gently pulling then pushing each wire in the connector block. There should be little or no movement. Any loose ones will be obvious if they pull out some distance. If there has been a bad connection in any of the plastic connection blocks there may be signs of the plastic having been melted by the heat produced by the bad connection.
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