Question about 1999 Ford Escort
1) pull the wiring socket off the bulb connectors and squirt some WD40 into the female parts of the connector. Give it a visual look and make sure it is not eaten up with corrosion. If the socket itself is bad you can buy a replacement at advance auto parts or autozone..
2) generally there is a wire coming from the socket grounded nearby. find that ground connection, take it apart, clean it and put it back together with a firm connection to the chassis.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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