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How do I turn on my headlights in my 2003 crown victoria?

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The left (signal) lever twists to turn them on.


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Posted on Sep 09, 2010

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Headlight wiring diagram


Just click on the link below for the wiring schematic for your car.
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Apr 16, 2014 | 2003 Ford Crown Victoria

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2003 ford crown victoria with working brake lights but no parking or rear lights


Duplicate the issue ? You mean the lights are working now ?
The turn signals and brake light circuit is one and the same. The parking lights are on a different circuit. The parking lights get power from the headlight switch and don't travel thru the turn signal switch.
So have you checked the park fuse for power ?
The location of the fuse should be in your owners manual.

Feb 15, 2014 | 2003 Ford Crown Victoria

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Headlights go off but signal and tail lights stay on.


The lighting control module is defective and needs to be replaced...A well known defect. I know. I just researched this and replaced mine due to headlight outages. There is extensive information on the web regarding this dangerous defect. The NHTSA conduvcted an investigation and closed it.......No recall on the defective part. You wanna drive your Crown Victoria 2003-2005 at night?..........Pay money and replace the LCM.

Aug 19, 2010 | 2003 Ford Crown Victoria

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Install new headlight 2003 ford crown victoria


No tools needed for this task, just unlock the 3 tabs under the hood for headlight access panel and pull out. Unscrew the nut at the wiring from behind the headlight. Carefully pull the wire and bulb out of the housing. Pull up on the 2 L-shaped tabs and remove the lens cover. Reverse the steps to reinstall.

Aug 10, 2010 | 2003 Ford Crown Victoria

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Replace 2004 Crown Victoria headlight


From the engine compartment, unlock the 3 tabs that are over the headlight housing area. Remove the cover and unscrew the plastic ring that has the wires protruding from it. Carefully pulls the light fixture out of the housing. Pull the 2 L-shaped tabs up and remove the lens section. Reverse the steps to re-install the headlight. If replacing the full turn signal housing, unscrew 2 screws from each light , disconnect bulb wiring and remove. Replace accordingly.

Jul 23, 2010 | 2003 Ford Crown Victoria

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Headlights turn off while driving


Headlight module under the dash. It is the size of a box of crackers, not a small part.

Dec 15, 2008 | 2005 Ford Crown Victoria

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