I have to disconnect the negative battery cable to be able to turn off the headlights

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Asked by Apr 28, 2017 at 12:05 AM about the 2004 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Headlights worked ok for a time.  It was raining hard & they would not go off without me taking the negative cable loose.   I have to reconnect to start the engine or wind the windows.  This goes on all day, all night.  The damn hood must weigh 100 lbs, & this is getting very old.  Any advice?

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Just the head light switch get bad .

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Thanks for your input. It (the headlight switch) operates the dash lights ok, just cant turn off the headlamps. Makin me crazy! Iv just watched the vid about the LCM & I'd bet bux its that module. I will check with Downtown Ford tomorrow!

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Also, after watching that video about the 10 best reasons for owning a Crown Vic, I'v changed my mind about pushing it off a cliff! Just lol-- not realy going to do that.

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