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No headlights! 1996 Ford Taurus

Parking lights work.
Taillights work.
Trying Bright or Dim mode makes no difference.

Is this a common problem with a simple solution?

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Check your wiring to your emergency brake. If the wires are shorted, it may turn your lights off.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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    bob collins Dec 30, 2008

    On most late model vehicles if you press on the emergency brake and start the car the headlights don't come on. Pop the emergency brake and they come on. If yours won't come on...........

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