Help plz

Asked by May 30, 2017 at 07:16 PM about the 1996 Ford Mustang Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car clock keeps going in and out. And i have no
clue why. Can someone tell me. It just started it out
of nowhere

3 Answers

2,045

have you checked all the fuses under the hood and by your pedal assembly. if not i'd start with that

2,045

These are all common problems, Im pretty sure its your headlight/dimmer switch, Do this- Remove your cluster panel (dont know the name) then remove your headlight switch, look at the headlight switch connector that plugs into your headlight switch...... Let me guess, one of the wires that go into the back of the connector is melted and the connector itself is also melted around that one wire. Go do it then tell me what u find

2,045

Just a gut feel....Its either your connector and/or your headlight switch, and I bet on the connector

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