Hey guys, its been awhile since i had a chance to get around to these parts. Ive been soo busy with my last semester of college and working 50+ miles away from school. Anyway i noticed something really strage today when i was in my schools parking garage, and it must have just happened since I have never had any symptoms of it and i drove last night and it was fine.
I have a '95 Ranger, see sig.. When I flip my switch (3 position) The first one is my "parking lights (orange) and they work, when i go to the next click, which should be my headlights, all i get are the orange one still... If i hit the high beams they go on fine, but when i back off that switch they go off, as they should. So i've deducted that is has to be something wrong with my low beams, i dont think they would burn out, especially since they both are out and that would be sooo rare that they would both go together.
I checked what i could with fuses, right when you open the drivers door, they all look fine. Im also frantically looking for my owners manual so I dont have a diagram of what is where, they just all look fine when i took a light to them all.
Any suggestion as to what might be causing this.. It sucks because tomorrow night i have night class and i need to either fix it before then or borrow someone's car.. (im not that mean to drive with the hi's the whole time
) The more i look around the net for answers the more im seeing, not specifically with my year, but that the low beams (each light) are on a seperate fuse and the hi's share a fuse, is this so? If so what fuses would i check in a 1995 ranger. Sucks that i dont have the manual, but i found a link (www.fleet.ford.com
) that has PDF'd manuals, back to 1996!! one year shy
any comments or suggestions are welcome..