OK, there are 10 bazillon things that deal with these lights
Any other things that do not work? Might have something to do with "Theft" or I reckon security stuff
I deal with older Jeeps and Fords. This is mega more complicated than that!
On my Jeeps--here's my possibilities for the same problem: Bad bulbs, bad socket/ corrosion, broke wire, headlight/interior dimmer switch, fusible link. Diagnosis time 1 hour if you are slow!
Like I sorta promised myself, I would help you to the best of my ability
Other experts may also join in. Sometimes not
You know you vehicle better than I, so I did find you 2 wiring diagrams amongst the hundreds of pages that concern you vehicle
I hope this turns out to be something EZ and stupidly overlooked, these diagrams (even if you don't know how to read them) may show you a component that you may have missed. Or a relay. Or a switch. Or a override.
Your owners manual may also show you fuse/ relay/ etc locations in/ on other parts of your vehicle (such as under the hood)
Sorry I couldn't sling out a quick fix. If you cannot read these diagrams on site, let me know and I will explain another safe way, I can get them to you.
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Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 AT 3:10 AM