My Headlights won't work all the other lights work in the truck inside and out. I tryed a new headlamp switch put its still not working. I tested the power going directly to the lights and there is power going to the lights put they won't come on. I also tested the head lamps themself and they also work please help me i need it.
See if it is just your low beams going out, right after I put in new headlights my low beams started getting fussy. The high beams worked perfect but I had to jiggle the turn signal to get the low beams on. I know it isn't a permanent fix of the root problem but if your having my issue you have a chance of getting them back on while driving for safety conscerns.
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THE MAIN LIGHT SWITCH FUSE IS #11 IN THE POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX UNDER THE HOOD YOUR HEADLIGHTS HAVE SEPERATE FUSES FOR EACH LIGHT IF YOU GO TO 1999 FORD RANGER OWNERS MANUAL YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT FOR FREE FROM FORD THIS WILL TELL YOU WHERE ALL THE RELATED COMPONENTS ARE AND YOU CAN PRINT IT OUT OR PUT IT DIRECTLY ON YOUR SMART PHONE SO YOU CAN BE AT THE TRUCK WITH IT STEPHEN
Low battery voltage (headlamp relay cuts out).Start the car,measure charge,let charge.Wiring shortcircuit must track the problem/wires.Hint:the brake switch trigger only with the keys on.If it continue to cut the light even with the keys out ceck wiring .Worning:shortcircuit can put a car on fire.
It sounds like you have a bad dimmer switch. The dimmer switch is located at the left floor pan area. Your husband can disconnect the connector and use a jumper wire to get the headlamps working long enough to get home. Then, when it is more convenient, replace the switch.
you should switch the temperature sensor and oil pressure sensor you had on your first engine,because your new engine must come with the light indicator dashboard so the sensor of your new engine are not compatible with your gauges....lipak!...
Your ranger'nt have a relay,you need to check the grounds to each light or you simply need two lights,or a dimmer switch.Check for power with a test light and if you hahe power replace the light,if you don't replace the dimmer switch.