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2005 Ford Expedition XLT, major electrical problems

1.Power locks on door panel and remote keychain don't work/completely dead now, no noises at all when pushing button?
2.Rear liftgate glass release button doesn't work, no noises either.
3.Door ajar light stays on, tried WD40 in door latches, no success.
4.Interior lights & chimes don't work when doors open? Only when you turn off and remove key?
5.Rear defrost doesn't work, but can hear clicking in box when pushing button?
6.Radio stays on when driver door is opened, and when you push rear defrost button radio goes static?
7.Auto headlights and dash lights flicker when auto headlights have been on for a while.
We think, we checked all the fuses. We ran a OBD code check and nothing showed up. Tried the Odometer Code/Problem reading using the Trip button on dash, but could not understand it.
PLEASE HELP!

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    Same exact problem..............anyone have an answer?

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You have a wiring harness problem
Take it to the dealer directly.......

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