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Old 01-21-2010, 10:56   #1 (permalink)
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Question 98 crown vicky LS running lights

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I'm new here.I just bought a 98 Ford Crown Victoria.The daytime running lights don't work.Is there an open resistor thats burned out or do I have to replace the module.Thanks.
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Old 01-21-2010, 12:20   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 98 crown vicky LS running lights

Here are the 2 diagrams for the circuit. Test the system and see what's needed. It could be the wire to the park brake switch. Check the fuses first.
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Thanks for the info Bert,fuses are good,will check brake switch wiring.
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Re: 98 crown vicky LS running lights

Brake switch ok,fuses ok,must be a bad headlight module.
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Re: 98 crown vicky LS running lights

You mean the daytime running light module, not the lighting control module?
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Re: 98 crown vicky LS running lights

Yes bert,it seems someone removed the module before I bought the car.Here in Canada daytime running lights are compulsory.This car was safety checked and passed without this module!I've got until Feb 11 to have this issue resolved by the garage and previous owner.I have no idea what this unit cost or where I can get one.The connector for this module is on the left of the rad and is covered in a baggy!Looks like a lot of trouble for this garage.
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You could check for a used one here. They may not show it there but if they have a car there, you could call and ask. Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market
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Will do Bert,thanks for the input.
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Just make sure to tell them it's the Daytime running light module that they have and not the lighting control module.
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