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Passenger side running board

The running board works intermitinly

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I had the same problem with my Excirsion. Turns out it was the plug just inside the body where the running board lights connect. If it gets dirty, it causes intermittent contact. If you haven't checked this, that would be my first action. I bet the Navigator has the same type of plug there as the Excursion.

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