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Check the SJB (Smart junction box) to make sure its outputting the signal like it should. I repair many ford sjb's for lighting issues. The 13 fusion I'm not to familiar with but the previous generation had big problems. I actually have a 13 edge sjb on my bench right now to be repaired for dead low beam drivers. You are probably in the same boat if they ...


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Check the bulbs first, two blowing at the same time is uncommon but not unheard of (think about it, when one is on, Sonos the other one, life expectancy won’t be much different) I like the K.I.S.S. diagnosis method the best. If they’re good then check low beam fuse and relay (I would swap it temporarily with the high beam relay because you know they work, if ...


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It sounds like the dimmer switch is set to off. The car's dash lights are on a dimmer switch. That switch allows you to change the brightness of the lights at night. The switch is capable of switching the lights from full-off to full-on. Also, it is not uncommon for dashboards to have their lights on during the day, while the regular lights are off. This ...


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I have a 2003 Focus 2.3L PZEV. Both of my low beams stopped working at the same time. I checked fuse 16, 17 (under hood), 30, 59 (passenger compartment) and low beam relay R6. All were fine. I replaced the multifunction switch on the steering column. Nothing fixed my low beams problem. I brought my car in a shop. The mechanic also had difficulty finding the ...


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When I've changed sealed beans for halogens, the connector on the back of the sealed beam was the same as the replacement H4- that was for 5 3/4" round lamps though, other types may vary. Hold the H4 connector in your hand pointing away from you (as if the bulb was plugged in on the other side, with the wires towards you). The vertical pin on the left is ...


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So, according to the comments above, I would suggest to check if any of the cables attached on the steering column coming from the steering wheel is having a short. Especially when you move your steering wheel at extreme ends. You could start to inspect for wear on the plastic wrapped tube that cables are tied together, and if that looks okay, you might ...


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This looks like an inexpensive aftermarket knockoff. I don't see the ribbing in the housing I'd expect for an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) product. The glue track doesn't include alignment cues I'd expect to see. I doubt this lamp seals well when it rains. I also don't understand the straight line cutoff at the right. Is that just a bandsaw cut? Its ...


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