I thought it worth asking here as this has me at a loss and you lot are a wealth of knowledge and ability …. My daughter was driving home from work in the small hours this morning and without warning its as if the ignition has been turned off. She pulled to the side of the road, turned it off at the key, back on again and it fired up fine. Everything works as it should apart from its lost dipped beam on both headlights. She tells me about it at breakfast and I’m thinking the lights are going to be down to a fried fuse/relay. No idea for the reason it cut out at this point. Checks the lights and relay is fine, all fuses are fine only to find both bulbs were blown . Replaced them and they’re now working as they should, as are all the other lights and electrics (horn, windows, radio, etc) - I’ve checked the lot. Not that there should be any relation but all the fluid levels checked and fine. Only thing i could find were the front tyre pressures were a little low, so sorted them. As for the reason it died I’m thinking battery issue maybe - but it looks fine, not getting warm anywhere round the casing and both the earth and live leads are in good condition and firmly connected. I had it out for a run and it’s perfect - not sluggish, no weird sounds or vibrations - it drives and stops as it always has. It’s a well maintained ford fiesta 1.25 on a 2012 plate, done 94k and shes had the car for three years so we are able to say with confidence this is something out of the blue. So - any ideas anyone? Many thanks in advance.