Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
Thank you for your reply. I cleaned bulb socket with the sandpaper. I do not have the test bulb kit but I checked the bulb socket where bulb fits-in at the front with my Multimeter (while Car engine is ON) and it is reading approximately 12.5v. But when I put my new bulb in, it is not working. I checked the same bulb on the other side and it is working fine so I don’t find any problem with the bulb. Can you please suggest anything further that I can do myself. Thank you.
Try installing a different bulb in that socket. Did you check voltage at the inner prongs where the bulb goes in or was it checked at the wiring. Check the condition of the socket that the bulb goes into. You may have to cut off the socket and replace it with a good one.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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