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Check the brown wire for voltage, that's the one going out to the lights. Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. Posts: 295 Franklin2 , You were 100% correct tan/ white wire was the gremlin. That would indicate a bad connection in the running light circuit or the wrong bulbs if the fuses are good. http://win8s.com/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-lights-not-working.html

Franklin2 View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by Franklin2 #7 01-25-2010, 01:43 PM 92 Black Nite Senior User Thread Starter Join Date: Jul 2008 Location: Coatesville Year and Model: 2003 Explorer Sport Trac Check the connections for corrosion on the connecters, that'll cause shorts like stated above. "If you're gonna be a bear, Be A Grizzly" if it isnt my fuses, do you have any other advice? Thanks Dave you were on the ball with this. 92 Black Nite View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by 92 Black Nite #6 01-25-2010, 11:11 AM Franklin2

Ford Ranger Brake Lights Not Working

Posts: 295 Tail light, Parking light, Running Light, Dash Light Problems My Tail light, Parking & Dash lights are not working right using the headlight switch. CB radio w/ dual whips, Front skidplate, 4 door leaf/aal/shackles/TT, 265/75/16 at's SOLD! - New car 2012 focus titanium hatchback My ex -Vince sport97, September 15, 2011 #4 ncranchero Co-moderator Staff The lights should also flash when you use your remote to lock/unlock the doors Do the liscence plate lamps work? I'd replace it to be sure.

the one thing i want to know is how this shorted out my headlight switch which i had to replace last night as well. Help. and headlights; high amp draws. (Not my problem, and I don't let my battery get corroded!) mrmooney, good idea, tried it right after I checked the fuses. 2000 Ford Ranger Brake Light Fuse California Chapter Colorado Chapter Hawaii Chapter Idaho Chapter Montana Chapter Nevada

I just changed out the brake light switch ... All working but now I notice I have to push brake pedal very hard to get brake lights.....pedal switch guys? Don't worry about it. You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB.

Man, you've been beating your head on the wall since I've been gone haven't you? 1997 Ford Ranger Tail Light Fuse Location I am trying to get a "Good" wire diagram. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Mark helpful 10 Report Nahynes19 answered 6 months ago I was having the same problem but now I can't get my truck to go in gear and I can't get the

1999 Ford Ranger Tail Lights Not Working

If that is good, clean the ground, G200, located below the fuse panel on the driver side of the dash, may be under the kick panel / parking brake. found a but wire on the lights from the running boards.. Ford Ranger Brake Lights Not Working Ford® is a registered trademark of the Ford Motor Company. 2000 Ford Ranger Tail Lights Not Working The tan/white is what feeds the taillamps/running lights and also the dash lights.

Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List iTrader Go to Page... http://win8s.com/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-brake-lights-not-working.html Mark helpful 100 Report mechanicallystupid answered 2 years ago This is some excellent stuff on here! A year and a half-ago, this happened, and the problem was a blown fuse, which was easily fixed (by replacing the fuse). I've changed fuses. Ford Ranger No Brake Lights

i didnt have my miltimeter with me but i went out to the parking lot, and started testing the lights again. all my lights work except the tail lights….even the tow harness has power. here's how i troubled shot it: -checked fuses, fuses were good. http://win8s.com/ford-ranger/ford-ranger-cargo-lights-not-working.html Would the tail light on the 1998 ford ranger fit on the 1994 ford ranger?

follow it back towards the rear bumper and there will be a plug connector, make sure its plugged in. Ford Explorer Tail Lights Not Working All times are GMT -5. Some guys have found bad solder connections at the LOM. 87 XLT View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by 87 XLT #8 05-19-2013, 10:12 PM Ranger78322 New

Connection and wires check good.

The tan/white wire is famous for overheating and burning out, so carefully check it along it's length. Mark helpful 40 Report Tori answered about a year ago On the no dash lights no parking lamps it is the headlight switch just fixed mine last night ;) 2002 Focus Loading... 1998 Ford Ranger Brake Lights Not Working any idea why? 19 out of 19 people think this is helpful.

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Mark helpful 20 Report canman322000 answered about a year ago Is it a switch for the flasher? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Thanks again, Kris 8 out of 8 people think this is helpful. PaulBennett View Public Profile Send a private message to PaulBennett Find all posts by PaulBennett « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search this Thread Advanced

Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. I've looked at every fuse, and tried replacing about 10 of them, but there was no effect. Mark helpful 80 Report 4kuykend answered 3 years ago tenspeed, you gave me the first good advice, and I re-checked the fuses. thanks guys, you guysv are the S http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=350365 LONO100, September 15, 2011 #12 MidnightRebel07 Elite Explorer Joined: March 6, 2010 Messages: 5,511 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 56 City, State:

There is a break in the brown wire just before a connector right in front of the drivers side rear wheel / shock area. Ranger78322 View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by Ranger78322 #2 05-19-2013, 02:45 PM 87 XLT Postmaster Join Date: Oct 2003 Location: SoCal Posts: 4,304 Not sure Lamp had melted causing a short. Since the fuse does control the lights(dash and tail) that you mention and if it's not the fuse it would make sense that it would then be a more serious issue