Question about 1995 Ford Escort
Fords suffer with earth/groud problems, check all the earth leads from the battery to the car body ensure they have a good connection, most of the time it is the rear lights that cause the problem so check them and I do mean wire by wire being careful not to miss anything, there is a small black wire in the boot that go's from the light cluster to the body make sure this has a good connection to the body also.
Lastly check the park lights around the bulb to see if the bulb is contacting the metal rim cooerctly.
Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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