Question about 2008 Lincoln Navigator
How do I deploy the retractable running boards so that I can clean them while the doors are shut?
I just bought a 2004 and didn;t get an owners manual - yet...
I have the 2008 navi, if it's the same, you toggle through the info button on the lower center console until you get to running boards (in out auto) select your choice.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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It is most likely that the door switch in the pillar near the door catch is not making proper contact when the door is opened and therefore not triggering the functions that operate when the door is opened. It is quite common for these switches to become intermittent. To check, try operating the switch plunger by hand, with the door open, to see if the functions operate. If OK, then remove switch and clean contact points with some fine emery paper or other suitable abrasive such as an ink eraser. When reinstalling, ensure there is a good contact between the switch body and the door pillar. If the cleaning process fails to correct the problem then the switch should be replaced.
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