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Check the electrical connection to the lamp for a loose wire or wires that have been damaged. i did end up finding a post about the LOM, this was the first time i had heard about such module and from just reading what it does, i knew this Do your research first, get a proper kit, and do it right. Good luck PA-Mark View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by PA-Mark #4 04-08-2012, 10:39 AM projectSHO89 Post Fiend Join Date: Jan 2004 Location: St Louis Posts: navigate here

A headlight should not be loose, so make sure they are both sitting solidly in the sockets. so the lights will be aimed correctly, instead of reflecting off into the sky (I've seen installations like this on press units. Thanks for the info.! If the fuse is good, then it may be an electrical issue that goes from the fuse to the lamps.

1997 Ford Explorer Lamp Out Module

Since one wire was completely broken and others had cut insulation which could have resulted in arcing, I'll check fuse #38 in the under hood fuse/relay box as suggested. If you were confident it was a bad solder joint, why wouldn't you just explain to the customer you were fairly confident that was the problem and fix it. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. No big deal this time if $$$$ was comparable either way.

Did you retrofit it with projectors when using HID? FordŽ is a registered trademark of the Ford Motor Company. I open the fuse box panel and saw I had blow a fuse. 1996 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working You'll blind other road users, as you won't get the same sharp cut-off and proper focusing you'd get with HID-ready projectors.

Uploaded on Jan 1, 2011 Category Autos & Vehicles License Standard YouTube License Loading... It is a lamp that is going bad, a loose connection or a blown fuse. Has anyone had this problem and how did you fix it? He even told me that this recommendation came from their main plant.

Add to Want to watch this again later? 2000 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working I just feel I would be more trusting in a technician that troubleshot and repaired rather than being a part swapper. TAKE A SNEAK PEEK COMMUNITY FOLLOW US CONNECT WITH Top Gear Philippines Facebook Twitter Instagram Google+ Top Gear Philippines MOST POPULAR The best of YouTube: 5 things you shouldn't do in Wheels / Tires 0 12-31-1969 07:00 PM » Recent Threads erratic idle rpm Noise from rear... 2003 explorer sport not...

Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working

It is not authorized or endorsed by the Ford Motor Company and is not affiliated with the Ford Motor Company or its related companies in any way. SMF 2.0.1 | SMF © 2011, Simple Machines XHTML RSS WAP2 Page created in 0.08 seconds with 19 queries. 1997 Ford Explorer Lamp Out Module there is a LOM bypass thread HERE Module is under the console computer on the passenger side To bypass: splice wire: Light green/White with wire: Blue/white splice wire: Green/blue with wire: Ford Explorer Headlights Wont Turn On Here are some tips for getting them operational: Issue: My low beams are not working, but my high beams are working.

All times are GMT -5. check over here Issue: One of my low beams is working and the other is not. B33p3r11-01-2005, 09:17 AMNot designed or wired for the current draw of 2 lights! HELP PLEASE! (Read 7069 times) Flyboy Newbie Posts: 3 2014 Ranger Wildtrak Low Beam Not Working. 1998 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working

Does Your EcoBoost Shudder? HELP PLEASE! « Reply #1 on: August 20, 2014, 11:23:02 AM » Were they installed with ballast and the proper relay?It's not inconceivable for improperly installed HIDs to blow control modules, This is because they draw their power from the lamp out module, and this often breaks. his comment is here I think he was pretty sure about what he was saying when he told me that it isn't recommendable to place HIDs on the Ranger because the car will have a

Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes 03-13-2012, 08:20 PM #1 cellvian106 Junior Member Join Date: Mar 2012 Posts: 3 Low beams not working Hi guys, i have 1999 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working If you're lucky, it's just a blown fuse or melted wiring you get. We also cover the Explorer Sport Trac, Mercury Mountaineer, Lincoln Navigator, Mazda Navajo, Mazda Pickups, and the Aerostar.

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kenneth taylor Have 2004 F-150 replace headlight bulbs and socket but still have low beam only on 1 side. Mark helpful Your Answer Add photo Photo (optional) Related Questions how to troubleshoot electrical problems, most recent being headlights not working 2 answers 1998 ford explorer. Does anyone know if there is a LOM on this model and if so is it located under the forward part of the center console? weblink Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

Logged Automobilis Horriblis jojo204200 Full Member Posts: 174 Re: 2014 Ranger Wildtrak Low Beam Not Working. Ah, technology...) If you're good with a soldering iron you could likely repair this yourself. Print Edition Get your monthly dose of special automotive features and test drives. HELP PLEASE! « Reply #6 on: September 09, 2014, 09:06:52 AM » Be sensitive to other drivers, in the event you blinded an approaching driver because of your headlights, be ready

I take the headlamp assy out to replace the bulb and find one wire to the plug completely broken and insulation on the other two worn partially through; looks like the Weezman 1978 - 1996 Big Bronco 4 09-09-2008 06:04 PM No Low beam Headlights, 95 Explorer Lmtd exlmtd Electrical Systems/Wiring 18 11-21-2003 05:57 PM Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums Super Duty/Heavy California ChapterColorado ChapterHawaii ChapterIdaho ChapterMontana ChapterNevada ChapterOregon ChapterUtah ChapterWyoming ChapterWashington ChapterCanadian National ChapterAlberta ChapterBritish ColumbiaManitoba / Saskatchewan ChapterNova ScotiaOntario ChapterTestTesting..... In my case we installed a fresh unit, in order to guarantee a lasting repair. -mark B33p3r12-16-2004, 09:33 PMBefore you spend any time or money, unplug your battery for 10 minutes.