Question about 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria
Repaced headlight switch but there is no power to the switch.
Often the electrical design of the vehicle would feed the headlight switch from the fuse box. The headlight being a heavy consumer would have its own separate fuse. Further being a heavy consumer denotes high current passing through the wires. It is also possible that the connectors (at different points) would have been burned or corroded. The best order of checking would be fuse, fuse snaps/cradle (where the fuses are inserted), fuse block and/or fuse block connector(s) including the internal jumpers and wire/wiring harness. A DVM would facilitate checking the +12 at various points.
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