Question about 1995 Ford Explorer
If both lights do not work it is unlikely to be a fuse or even the bulbs, although that cannot be completely discounted. The more probable cause would be the headlight relay which has gone faulty or even the headlight switch which is not selecting the low beams. Fuses are easiest to check, and there is probably one for each light. Bulbs are a bit trickier and really need a continuity tester to check, or try other bulbs. (Remember not to touch the glass part of the bulb). The relay can only be checked by replacement and the switch can be checked by seeing if there is power at the low beam terminals when the switch is selected that way
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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