Question about 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
When troubleshooting headlights there are several components to consider. Older cars in the 60s 70s and 80s were simply controlled by a switch and a relay, then to the lights. Newer cars add the body control module or BCM and others have security systems installed. Each can control or override control of the lights. You can check the fuses, may be one or more, the headlight relays or wiring connections. If you are in a wet or dusty area or salty, then connections may be an issue, especially if you have had other related failures in the car. Flooded cars are susceptible to these types of problems. Aftermarket devices such as alarms are my first suspicion as those installers are usually not skilled in circuitry.
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