Question about 2000 Ford Ranger SuperCab
Passenger headlight out..replaced but still out...high beam works but not low beam...
wiring or switch how do I determine?
Very unlikely that its the switch, disconnect the connector of the bad light use a 12v test light to check for voltage at the headlight, One cavity is Ground and one is HIgh and one is low beam if all have the correct power make sure that the Ground is good both in the connector and where it connects to the body even if you have to fabricate a "new" gound wire temporally to test. Please rate this advice a fixya if you find it helpful and contact me if you need further help on this problem
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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