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Old 08-24-2014, 12:57 PM   #1
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Default headlamps not turning on, 2003 Mustang GT

Hopped in my car last night to go cruise around with some buddies and to go to a car show, well I turned my car on, fog lights came on, parking lights came on, but not the headlamps. I've checked the fuses for the headlamps, seems to be no problem. Now what I'm thinking is the multi function switch, in which I have no idea how to get to, so any information there would be appreciated greatly. If you have any experience with this give me some advice. Kind of getting sick of having to be at my house before sunset. Thanks guys
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Old 08-25-2014, 08:23 PM   #2
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I don't think it would be the bulbs themselves, but have you checked to see if they are burnt out? just one more troubleshooting step. again I doubt that it is the issue, but it isn't a bad place to look.
Check the wires, if one got cut or is grounding out it might be the problem. or even a loose connector.
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Old 11-18-2014, 03:39 PM   #3
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your multifunction switch is the actual lever itself. the only way to get to that is to remove the steering column shrouds and then you should be able to remove it from there. if you have not figured out your problem by now or if you need i can take screen shots of a component test for the multifunction switch, i am a technician at a ford dealership so i can provide factory testing procedures/wiring diagrams/etc. if you need them
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