Re: IML: Headlamp Switch Trouble shooting
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Re: IML: Headlamp Switch Trouble shooting



That's correct Dave. It's mentioned in the repair section by Dick B.

Dan
67CC


----- Original Message ----- From: "Dave Wilker" <wilkerbeast01@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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I believe the circuit breaker is built in to the switch itself.


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----- Original Message ----- From: "Dan" <sunup@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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A friend mentioned he had an owner's manual that would tell where the fuse box was. Then I remembered I got one when I bought the car. It is located at the bottom edge of the dash under the radio and is concealed by a cover plate. That explains the elusive fuse box! It also says the headlight system does not have a fuse, but rather a circuit breaker. Can anyone tell me where the circuit breaker is located?

Thank you,

Dan Collins
67 Crown Coupe


----- Original Message ----- From: "john sadowski" <jsadowski@xxxxxxx>
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Could also be the high beam switch. When I got my 60 4 door, the lights didn't work. The high beam switch was the problem. That is a spot that is likely to get a lot of moisture over the years & corrode the contacts.
John
----- Original Message ----- From: "DR CHALLENGER" <drchallenger@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 3:27 PM
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blown fuses?


From: "Dan" <sunup@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Last night I discovered that none of my external lights or dash lights work. I read in the archives today that the Headlight Switch controlls all of these functions. Also the back-up lights are on a separate circuit. That rings true because one back-up did come on. I suspect the switch but am not sure how to check for this. Is there another possible cause? Can someone instruct me on how to trouble shoot the switch. I did not see that in the archive posts.






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