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I have a 2000 ranger and the right low beam went out, we changed the bulb to no avil. I thought it might be the light switch so we changed it also ,nothing!! We have checked the only groung i can find for thr lights (on the driverside under the fuse box under the hood). This problem has me stumped . Another problem that may or matnoe be related is the cargo light doesnot work either. Can anyone give us a hand?
Check the fuse box. The older Rangers had the headlights fused separately.
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There are 4 fuses for the headlight system... Are you sure you checked them all... Only one would make just one headlight cut out, and that's the one in the fuse panel on the driver's side of the dash... Check your manual for the right fuse, and check that. According to my Haynes manual, the multi-function switch COULD cause a failure of one headlight, but I haven't heard of that one yet... First time for everything, though... Also, according to the Haynes, a failure of the headlight switch could NOT dump one headlight. Oooo, I did just see that the right headlamp (the one you lost) and the factory fog lamps come off the same fuse. Have you lost your fogs as well? It's fuse #8 in the fuse panel on the driver's side of the dash, or, second row down, all the way to the right. I would mess with the multi-function switch last, as it's a royal pain and pretty expensive to boot... OK, enough rambling...
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Would be helpful to know what year & model Ranger & which problem you have, the head light, or cargo light problem. If its the cargo light, its switch controlled by the dash mounted instrument dimmer thumb wheel & it must be rotated fully up, until it clicks, to turn the interior dome lights & cargo/bed lamps on, which are part of the high/cab mounted rear stop light assy.
This is an 8 year old thread, but has some good trouble shooting ideas if your having the headlight problem, such as checking fuses, so have you done all of that????
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