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sounds likely to be a relay blown so is giving constant supply to headlights and affecting rest of lighting system not sure of location on this vehicle but a google search will tell you if you dont have workshop manual
Look at fuse #18, a 15 amp fuse, in the fuse block. This fuse powers both the tail lights and instrument cluster lights. Usually both of these light systems are powered by the same fuse so when your cluster isn't lit up you'll know right away that your tail lights aren't working as it's not safe to drive without tail lights. Your brake, turn, and head lamps are powered by different circuits. Hope this helps and good luck!
i got a 1998 ford taurus and my emergency light were not working since many days.i shown a mechanic for that problem , and he checked for that , and now the problem is side lights are not working.it was working well before , and now my mechanic says that turn light switch has to be replaced. and its quite expensive. any one have any comments to fix this or any other alternative ?....plz let me know.
i had one do about the same thing it also affected the headlights / dash and running lights what was found was broken wires by the passenger side trunk hinge the wires are in a flexable wire covering that runs from fender by the hinge up to the tail light lisc plate light wires were broken in there prob. from wear and tear