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On a 95 explorer it is located on the drivers side rad support access is from underneath it`s a rectangular box. 0 · Share on Facebook blastfazor Posts: 1 June 2008 I don't think exlmtd and I are the only ones with this problem. 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. Is it equipped with Autolamp? 2. Source

It's pretty easy to troubleshoot the power supply all the way to the headlights. I have a 97 explorer eddie bauer 5.0 (P.O.S.) . Up next FORD LIGHT CONTROL MODULE LCM REBUILD , REPAIR !!! - Duration: 21:39. We put them all in and the one for the overdrive and the rear defrost keeps blowing.

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Any other thoughts?, I heard some spoke about a ECM or something like that, could that be my problem?, how does one get that part checked for a malfunciton? Franklin2 View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by Franklin2 #12 11-18-2003, 09:54 AM noproblem New User Join Date: Nov 2003 Posts: 16 Thanks Dave, I knew Had a check engine light on which was probably unrelated a oxygen sensor i believe. I would lock the doors by pressing the switch on either door.

Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. I'm sure you can find it. Sign in Transcript Statistics 26,511 views 36 Like this video? 1999 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working I must have a blown fuse in my fuse panel under the hood if my front port isn't working.

On taking the module apart there was an obvious bad solder joint, which was causing the problem. (Funny how the thing that tells you your lights are out causes your lights Ford Explorer Headlights Wont Turn On I just purchased my 06 Explorer and looked for the panel 3 times before I finally found it. For no reason instrument lights go on an off, windows work sometimes and sometimes not, and the remote alarm will go off with no warning. WTF, after about three hours of searching, found a "LAMP OUT WARNING MODULE" under the cup holders in the console.

Now I've been driving in highbeams all the time and I want to see if some one can help me troubleshoot this. Ford Ranger Headlights Not Working Thank you for the help in the proper way to contact this member. Oh, and the blower fan for heater and a/c does not work. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

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I don't think I have either, I have to manually turn my headlights on & off. Glad to hear that you use them both. 0 · Share on Facebook tommyr2 Posts: 1 May 2008 i recently purchased a 96 ford explorer and when i first got it 1997 Ford Explorer Lamp Out Module About A Month Ago The Right Low Beam Would Work...Asked by petjaz · 1 ANSWER Head Light97 Explorer 130k Miles Left Head Light Works Ok Rt Only Works On High Beam 1996 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working Power distribution box Fuse # 4 (20A) Test for power supply backwards from the headlight socket and move along the list from Item 1.

On taking the module apart there was an obvious bad solder joint, which was causing the problem. (Funny how the thing that tells you your lights are out causes your lights this contact form Your support is greatly appreciated. Just like exlmtd, I also use the auto headlight option from the rear view mirror. California Chapter Colorado Chapter Hawaii Chapter Idaho Chapter Montana Chapter Nevada 1998 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working

B33p3r11-01-2005, 09:17 AMNot designed or wired for the current draw of 2 lights! Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Used CarsVendor Directory Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to This forum is one of the best I have come across and do not want to upset the apple cart. have a peek here Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading...

Register Today It's free! This box will disappear once registered! Dismiss Notice 1997 Explorer Headlight Problem Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by MBeaston, August 23, 2010. 2000 Ford Explorer Headlights Not Working panther42703-12-2005, 09:36 PMHad an Explorer in the shop with this problem recently. Jim 96 F 150 XLT noproblem View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by noproblem #13 11-19-2003, 05:49 PM CC77 New User Join Date: Nov 2003 Posts:

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I'm not a business man so I don't know. The 1997 is the only year with that stupid headlight switch!!! They run about $250 US. 1996 Ford Explorer Headlight Switch Replacement The low beams have nevered work on the car so only the high beams works.

I hope this helps....I also do have a comment, maybe i am old school or whatever but this has just got to be the most screwed up way for the headlights It worked! Can you provide any help?The CD player on this thing works fine. Check This Out Category:Ford Share this conversation Expert: Virtual Wrench replied9 years ago.

any ideas 0 · Share on Facebook bucanole Posts: 18 May 2008 Thunderbolt have you by any chance found the answer or a solution to your problem? So I replaced the fuse and went about with my day until it got dark. The only difference between him and me is that in all this time, the center console has never acknowledged that there was a problem with the lights. The manual says that it is only to be used as a lighter. 0 · Share on Facebook jonesdori Posts: 2 May 2008 Hi, Thanks to your help I found it,

So when I turned the high beams on they didn't work. And strangely enough, this happens slowly, like over the course of four or five months. Add your comment to this topic! Every thing is pointing to the LOM (Lights On Module).

So if I understand the wiriring diagram correctly. I would have to giggle the multi function to get them to come back on. Just go buy yourself a cheap testlight from Checkers and test for power starting at the first fuse panel and work your way through. Has anyone had this problem and how did you fix it?

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