Question about 1997 Ford Crown Victoria
I take it is a double filament bulb some times they will open circuit when they get hot, take the bulb out, hold in one hand and give it a flick with a finger, while watch the filament if it vibrates replace it, If OK use a test light to check for voltage, if none follow the wiring back till you find the fault, Yes you could hot wire it.
Posted on Dec 04, 2015
- the bulb socket are still wired soundly on the back side
- contacts inside socket are still intact.
- wires are not frayed/broken (entire length)
- the actual bulb is good
-all ground wires are soundly connected
Posted on Oct 11, 2014
Testimonial: "I was wrong. 3 wires in socket.I unpluged and tested the 2 bulb harness and I got all the bulb filaments to work with a 9 v battery.problem is before the harness plug. Maby the master control switch on the steering columb, or the LCM. I don't know.can I hot wire it from the passenger side ?Inspection comming soon, I'm running out of ideas. Thank You"
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