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02-13-2015 08:03 AM
nickc Does anyone think it is the headlight switch if one side is still working. The 10 amp fuse doesn't blow or the right side 7.5 amp fuse?
02-04-2015 10:18 AM
Chaddzx3 I seem to have run into this issue also, but it is different. My left side parking and tail lights do not work when switched on, but still works when I hit the left turn signal. fuses are good, rear wiper and right side works. License plate bulbs also do not work. I am going to check the hatch wiring and the license plate bulbs but if that seems to be fine, where would I go from there? 2005 ZX3.
02-01-2015 11:43 AM
sailor Hatch harness mentioned earlier is always a good check to start with, the most common location for wire problems.
02-01-2015 09:16 AM
nickc I removed the 2 license plate fixtures,removed the bulbs and left hanging and still blows the fuse. Not sure what to try next? Could this be a headlight switch with only one side blowing out? My thought is if it is the switch wouldn't it blow the 10.0 fuse also?or maybe a short in the harness somewhere in the back that goes to the license plate lights? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks
02-01-2015 09:14 AM
nickc Checked out the switch same thing.
01-31-2015 07:35 PM
71ChevelleSS check you hazzard switch itself, most of the light circuit goes through this switch
01-31-2015 08:48 AM
nickc
Blowing 7.5 amp fuse

I have the same problem but I blow the 7.5 amp fuse on the left side(2005 Focus)checked everything also(Lights that are out is left front directional,left front marker,rear driving light,and license plate bulbs) I tried removing both rear license plate bulbs and left hanging to eliminate possible short but still blew. The weird thing is with the hazards on all the lights except the licence plate bulbs work which are not suppose to. I think that tells me the sockets are good. Dont know where to go next?
08-23-2014 08:45 PM
71ChevelleSS ive had the same problem, no running lights or tag lights, but had headlights, everytime switch was turned on, fuse blew. make sure the tag lights are in back words.. that was what was wrong with mine. pull those out, replace fuse, and turn the lights on, if the fuse does not pop, then switch the tag lights around in their holes, i had this issue with mine, but it led to other due to PO's repair... check that out and see what happens
08-21-2014 07:33 AM
dardack
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Originally Posted by FocusFactorDave View Post
8 months later and I've run into the same problem once again...
Did you use a bit heavier duty wire? I used wire that is used on Trailer plugs. It's a bit heavier duty then what was in there. I also gave it more slack then it had previously. It's been 15 months and I just opened it to check, no cracks.

Before they had completely broken in half and fused together. (When I bought this 15 months ago, I had to drive 4.5hrs to get, on way home wife was like your lights aren't working. So found an auto zone, the fuse had blown so put a new one in, as soon as step on brake blown. So put a double fuse in just to get home without a ticket. When you stepped on brake, the back windshield wiper would work at same time. )
08-21-2014 07:23 AM
FocusFactorDave 8 months later and I've run into the same problem once again...
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