Question about 1998 Ford Windstar
Make sure the connection at the lamp is clean and corrosion free. If corroded, clean with an electrical contact cleaner or baking soda and water then retest. Check the high-beam operation. If the light works on high-beam then you have a wiring problem on the low-beam power circuit. If neither the high nor the low-beam works then you likely have a ground circuit problem. Check the pins at the lamp connector using a Digital Volt/Ohm Meter and the appropriate wiring diagram. Voltage should be within 0.5 volts of battery voltage. Resistance to ground should be less than 5 Ohms with the ignition key off. These tests will give you a better idea as to which circuit is faulty.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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