Does your repair manual give you any wiring diagrams to look at. You need to find the color coded wire that runs the park lights at the switch. Take a test light probe that wire and turn the switch on if it lights there, that is good. Then you need to go to the outside under the hood find that same wire again and probe with a test light with the switch on if it lights there, then thats good. You got to keep doing this till you find where the power loss is. Just cause they work with the remote don't mean nothing cause there on a different circuit because of the anti theft system. No one said this would be easy. Just take your time and you will find it wiring can be a real pain especialy in a ford. I will try to work on this with you as much as I can. Just have patience. I have a mini van in the shop i'am working on right now that a mouse got into and chewed up a bunch of wires under the dash so I have the whole das settint in the shop floor because parts of the AC don't work and parts of the heater don't work and it is all electronic.I'am an auto tech I work on stuff 8 hours a day 5 days a week and it don't come easy at times. So your just going to have to find where the power was lost. (NOS) yes there are relays but not for the parklights just the headlights because they draw more power than the parklights.
Wednesday, September 13th, 2006 AT 6:48 PM