my lincoln mks 2013 driver side headlight goes off on it's on and i have to turn the switch off and then back on

Asked by Jul 22, 2017 at 09:41 AM about the Lincoln MKS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my Lincoln mks drive side headlight goes off and I have to turn the switch for the light on so hat the headlight comes back on why

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Sounds like it is time to take it to the Lincoln dealership as there is an issue with something in the headlight electronics.

Did you get issue resolved? Having same problem.

My 2015 MKS had this problem two months in, the computer module for the adaptive headlamps had to be replaced. The part is difficult to obtain. Ford had to pull one from the factory after waiting two weeks plus in my case.

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I had this same problem in my 2011 Mks. It started off passenger side headlight then went to the driver side at which both were doing it. I took it to the dealer and I replaced both headlights. Problem solved.

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