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Old 08-02-2005, 04:07   #1 (permalink)
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EF headlights

hi,

so i was driving along the other night, at around 110km/s and the headlights go out! then flickerd on and off.

after further inverstergation, it appears to only happen when on highbeam, and it kills lows and highs.

even when the car isnt running, nothing is moving, the headlights after a while will flash on and off randomly. i can hear the relay going spastic with the lights.

ideas?
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Old 08-03-2005, 03:00   #2 (permalink)
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Re: EF headlights

Refer to ealier post "Headlight circuit breaker location", by Axeman. I think there are a few tips.
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that woud have been my gess to sounds like a circut braker heating up & cooling down.
that dosent mean there isent a problem circut brakers R about $30 . Good idea to get the amperage of that circut checked just to be shaw.
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ok guys i think it might be the thermal circut breaker, but i cant seem to find it it.

Can is an EFII.

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http://godnetworks.net/dropbox/underthebonnet.JPG

ive tried replacing the relay and still get the "on, off, on off" after about 3 minuites of running the highbeam.

so where abouts in my engine bay is this fuse? is it one of the fuses in the pic, or is it somewhere else?
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all fixed, for those interested... the thermal fuse in question is under the radiator bottle thingo. next to 2 replys. has yellow and purple wires and costs 23 bucks from ford.
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