2011 Ford fusion headlight wire

Asked by Jessica Nov 06, 2019 at 12:04 AM about the 2011 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I brought new bulb they keep blowing out on my 2011
ford fusion passenger side and stuff is melted in the
area where bulb goes what could this be easy fix or just
get rid of car

4 Answers

314,765

I think you need a new head light pigtail. Install it with solder and heat shrink tubing or have someone else do it. Don't accept crimp connectors.

My husband said that is issue he knows but another issues he can't seem to find behind that so I'm lost and I just want my car fix is 2011 Ford fusion hybird

13,915

well there are six recalls on your model, would suggest a Toyota, or Honda at this point~

the burn is caused by power consumption and heat from the filament bulb The answer is to convert to L E D bulbs before all the sockets get overheated yes if the sockets are beyond repair they need replacing Try converting to L E D first you will be glad you did

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