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Low beam do not work, lights replaced, checked fuse 23 and 25 okay, high beam okay

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  • Jeff Turcotte
    Jeff Turcotte Nov 09, 2010

    try swapping the headlamp relay with the horn relay. relays are in a box in the engine compartment

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The headlights run thru the multifunction switch,ie. turnsignal switch, This is your most likely culprit. Luckily you have a ford and they did make these easy to replace. three or for screws under the steering column to remove the cover and two screws to remove the switch, plus a couple of plugs. good luck
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