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Re: No lights working
Having a similar issue with a 97 Indy 440 L/C. The center headlight bulb was the first to go. Then, I drove it out of a cold garage without letting it warm up enough and blew the two outside headlight bulbs (high beams). And today, the handwarmers quit working. The taillight, brake light, and instrument gauge lights all work fine however. Tonight I removed the voltage regulator (which appears to be aftermarket since I can't see the infamous glow like I can on my XLT) and the ground connection was fairly clean; very little if any rust or corrosion but I still cleaned everything as long as I had it out.
Are all these symptoms sounding like the voltage regulator is going bad? If I recall, all the components being "regulated" are run parallel so 3 fried yet connected headlight bulbs shouldn't affect everything else correct?
Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks.
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