Question about Ford Aspire
Check your fuses they should be on the top right corner of your engine bay. There also should be some inside the cab on the driver side usually by the door panel. There is a special tool you can use for removing those pesky fuses usually attached to the lid of the fuse box. Once you find your desired fuse, throughly inspect the fuse. If the connection is broken, theres your problem. If that isn't your problem check your bulbs and see if they are burnt out. I hope that helps.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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