Headlights won't turn off, changed LCM, still the same!


Asked by Sep 10, 2014 at 04:19 PM about the 2006 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2006 Crown Vic P71, 130,000 miles.  All police equipment removed before I bought car.  Ran fine first few weeks then headlights came on by themselves, cannot shut them off.  Replaced LCM, worked fine for a few hours, then headlights came on again while car was parked. Headlight switch/turn sig switch check out okay.  Any ideas??

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Sounds like a stuck relay. Visit your local Ford Dealer. The LCM is a known problem and Ford has extended the warranty on that part. It's one of those "hidden" warranties you sometimes hear about. At the very least maybe they'll reimburse you for the cost of the LCM. HTH. -Jim

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Thanks, Jim. Will get to my local dealer asap as research indicates extended warranty on lcm may expire next month. Have watched video on replacing relays, if Ford won't replace the part I may try it myself!


You're welcome. Glad to help. - Jim

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