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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could be coming from a/c condenser there is a drain hose that is supposed to extend through passenger floor board and allow condenser to drain water while a/c is running. Often times someone has done some work and either knocked hose off or accidentally rerouted it under passenger side carpet and gravity takes water down by seat. hope this helps
Yes, I have a 2011 Milan as well and both sides of mine went out. One last year (2013) and the other side recently. My car is no longer under warranty and the dealer said they it would be $417 to repair. Ford needs to fix this issue because from what I have been reading it is a common problem and it is a safety issue!
The driver's side is usually attached to the passenger side, so thee is only 1 inline fuse from the truck's wiring to trigger the running boards. Sounds bad, but routing the wire up the driver's side kick panel and under the dash, down the passenger side and out the hole in the passenger side door sill is the route most use.
If you have the driver's side working, you found circuit # 53, the black with light blue stripe. Circuit 875 also shares the same color code, and you do not want to use this wire.
I had the same issues and when i removed the tail lights and looked closer their ws moister in the connections where the bulbs went causing corrosion and when i cleaned everything real good renintalled them and havent had any issues since
The drain from the a/c under the dash is plugged up and needs to be cleared. If you check from under the vehicle, u should be able to find the end of the drain tube on the passenger side, behind or near the front wheel. Carefully run a wire up the tube to dislodge the obstruction (goop build up). You can also use compressed air.