Question about 2005 Ford Five Hundred
My wife noticed today that smoke was coming from the passenger mirror. She called a neighbor to disconnect the battery. I got home and took it apart and found that the light in the bottom housing had melted. Was wondering if she had not have gone outside at that time would the car have burned down? and why would it melt the housing and not blow a fuse?
Melting the housing is not a short, it is a heat issue, so the fuse wouldn't have blown, could it have started a fire, maybe, I would call Ford's customer service number for Detroit and talk to them about your concerns over this problem, one d.... thing is for sure it should not have done what it did, period!
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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