Question about 1997 Ford Econoline
Okay, look under the hood in the engine compartment and in that fusebox you will check fuse number f1-24. this is not like the older cars where it says park lights the newer cars and trucks are more confusing as the park lights run through modules so a fuse for another component can cause lights not to work but this is the fuse for the parklights if this doesnt do it then i would test all fuses in that box and then check fuses in the inside fuse box located on the leftside of the dash, as far as the headlights there are a few fuses that control the headlights one for each light and then one for the main switch these fuses are located inside the cab leftside of the dash fuses are f2-3, f2-10 , f2-25 , f2-31 check these for the headlights, here are some diagrams to help locate fuses.good luck and have a good day,
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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