Question about 2002 Ford Excursion
One headlight not working
The headlight bulb has burned out, replace with correct part number and it should work fine. Contact me at FixYa if you need anymore assistance. Thank you.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am car stupid. Just following the instructions in the owners manual, I was able to replace my low beam driver side bulb in less than a half hour. Only one tip. When it says pull straight up on the tab, definitely oil it first. I snapped the tab off and cut myself because it didn't have enough give.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
The low beam bulb needs to be replaced. Go to an autozone store as they will sell you the bulb, and even assist you in their parking lot with installing it.
Posted on May 06, 2009
see for the head lamp relay fuse a few manufacturer install a typical fuses for seprately for relay so see weather the fuse are ok or not then see for wiring as far you mention that the wiring of right side went streached to the lower ball joint there is a possibality that wire's can break internally & may get shot circuited due to cross circuit & may cause this sort's of problem & if possible show it to highly experience person techanican, mechanic or an authorised dealer or service centre who can sortout you car problem untill then see you soon my friend
Posted on May 08, 2009
UNDER THE HOOD ON THE DRIVERS' SIDE YOU WILL SEE THE FUSE BOX. LOOK FOR THE FUSE DIAGRAM UNDER THE FUSEBOX COVER, TO LOCATE THE FUSE FOR THE HEADLIGHTS. SHOULD BE A 10 AMP FUSE. CHANGE IT WILL A GOOD ONE, AND LET IT SHINE. HOPE THIS HELPS. KEEP ME POSTED. THANK YOU FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 13, 2009
You have to trace the wire back to power. You need a volt meter with a continuity tester. Get one that makes a nosie when it makes continuity. You can look on youtube to see how to do this. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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