They are all good, the bulbs are also good. Hi there: Start at the brake switch, generally is located top of backside brake pedal. The vehicle was towed to the contact's home. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses. The dealer determined that the generic electronic module gem malfunctioned. For the past two months, the contact has experienced electrical failure with his vehicle.
Yes I have checked very thing. The low beams have nevered work on the car so only the high beams works. The dealer suggested it was a fuse. The relay for the accessory delay and windows is the larger square relay. Has anyone had this problem and how did you fix it? Use your engine-bay fuse box as a guide; relay type and location will depend on the year model and engine size. I had to get home so when as I was driving luckily it was not raining I randomly tested everything again still nothing worked, so I left the switches on and every now and then everything would come on for a split second. Remove the bulb sockets from the rear of your headlight assembly and inspect their filament.
Thanks again for the reply. The vehicle was not able to restart. Does anyone know why this could be happening?. Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day. The truck uses standard halogen bulbs, powered by automotive relays and a headlight switch.
The approximate failure mileage was unavailable. The current and failure mileages were 42,000. If you can manage a soldering iron you can flow the solder back and reuse the module. If you're good with a soldering iron you could likely repair this yourself. The combination switch is ok - turn lights - high beam - flash switch etc. The windshield wiper fuse intermittently failed.
If the bulb is bad, the filament will be broken; if it's good, the filament will be connected. There was also a bad ground so I got a better ground and everything is good. If it's lack of heat, the problem is likely the blend door. She was unable to shut the alarm off with the keyless entry. Then the loss of the other right side lamp.
The vehicle was taken to the dealer on April 8, 2008 and they stated that the headlight and globe wiring were the cause of the failures. Sorry, I could not find… You can view the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport owners manual online at :www. To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel cover. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the windshield wipers were pushing water into the fuse box when it rained. The failure mileage was 132,000.
If so, it sounds like something is shorting in the harness only. This problem exists in the 2002 and 2003 Explorers and possible other Ford products. This just seems like a bad harness, or improper harness installation. The failure and current mileages were 99,589. If it does, then it's just the bulb.
Fuse box is under hood on the firewall, driver side. However, the most common failure on both the old and newer system is problems with the air flow controlled by the blend door. The contact stated that the windshield wipers in the vehicle would randomly stop working. I can't figure out why my low beams don't work. Don't know if this is normal or just my X but it's an idea for you. It was a little tricky to figure out.
Pull out the top pieces and should be in the right front corner inside the console. This will require professional repair. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day. I was fortunate to have it happen with my boat trailer where the wiring is enclosed in the iron channel of the trailer. Immediately after smoke began coming from the steering column. The contact stated that the gem controlled electronic function failed, which caused the windshield wipers to stop working.
Problems with your headlights can range from the simple and inexpensive bulbs and relays to the complicated and costly wiring and switches. Just on a thought I replaced the right 1157 bulb on my dolly and now everything works great. I just feel I would be more trusting in a technician that troubleshot and repaired rather than being a part swapper. I found some bad spots in the wiring on the dolly so I replaced that and still had no brake lights or turn signals on the right side with the headlights on. Electrical problem 1994 Ford Explorer 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 169000 miles For some reason, my high beam lights do not work.