Headlights and Backup Lights - '96 Taurus Wagon

My headlights, in the regular "on" position, seem to now be underpowered. The "high beam" position seems to be about what regular strength of
headlights should be. Also, high beams operate only in the temporary (pull lever toward you) position, while they do not come on at all in the position where they're supposed to stay on.
Also noticed that backup-lights are inoperative. I don't know if this happened at the same time as the headlight problem.
Is there a single fuse / switch / electrical item that could be responsible for both these problems?
ZW
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Zomby Woof wrote:

First sounds like bad MF switch. Second could be bad ground, fuse, bulbs, or connectors.
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Thank you, but what's an "MF" switch?
ZW

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wrote:

Multifunction.
See http://www.fordpowerproducts.com/products.do?item=9_6
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Gracias again...
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