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looking for help with my 1982 Mark VI sedan's headlight problem; they will not turn on.

LincolnTom

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The headlights went out while my son drove to get some last minute food items for Thanks Giving meal. All other lights work, only the headlights will not come on, including high beams. I have checked the over heat breaker that is attached to starter relay on battery side; it is good. Checked an inline fuse that came off of same post as breaker, that had a similar coloring as wire off of breaker; It too was good. Unfortunately I haven't a lot of time to put into my Lincoln, although it is my favorite ride, so I thought to ask for some advise. Any advise is apricated.
 

m1nkyb0y

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Perhaps there is a relay in the line somewhere, maybe pull that and give it a bang and replace it. Or test it if you want to get all technical.
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LincolnTom

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I can't find any relay; only a over heat breaker that does pass voltage. It is the basic head light set up; no auto dimmer.
 

LincolnTom

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Thanks. P.S. The Lincoln is for sale, it is in Akron Ohio. There are more pics on Facebook Market
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LincolnTom

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lol..It was up for sale before head lights went out; in fact, was one ride away from selling it. The to be buyer just got back from test driving it, I got in so we could go and notarize the title, he turned the key and no fire. It ended up being the crank sensor. I think the car doesn't want to go to a fourth owner...
 

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