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Old 09-24-2015, 09:11 AM   #1
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95 Mustang headlights switch

I'm having problems with my 95 Mustang gt headlights switch no matter how many switches I go through, the problem of the lights not coming on properly continues. Any one come across this?

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Very likely a jacked up wire somewhere or a short. What exactly is happening? Flickering or something or what? This might be a good excuse to buy the DEPO projectors btw. They are powered directly from the battery and have their own relays/harness.
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It acts like it's the switch. I have to pull the switch to a sweat spot. If I pull it out all the way the tail lights don't come on and the parking lights. I changed the switch but it still doesn't work right.

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Haha I got the same issue. But I'm pulling everything eventually and replacing lots of parts. But it wouldn't hurt to narrow down the possibles, I think in my case it could be a wire out of line, seeing that this car had seen some theft before


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