Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
Only works some of the time
If it is an intermittent problem, there are two likely causes. One-the multi-function switch. Two-the flasher is going bad. The first, from my experience, is the most likely, however the second is the less expensive of the two to replace. I would probably go for the multi-function switch. Make sure your brake lights are functioning normally, as your brake light wiring is connected to the multi-function switch.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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