Question about 2004 Ford Expedition
The map light over the driver side works intermittently. Sometimes it works fine and other times it will not work at all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's an easy fix for me. I hope it work for you too.
There are two parts you need to look into.
1)dust and dirty inside the cover.
Use a large vacuum and clean out the inside of the turn side area.
Move the sign up and down to free up the dirt.
TRY IT if it still does not work then move to step 2
2)disconnect the turn signal connector clean it with electronic part cleaner.
Make sure you cover the entire carpet area.
The contacts inside the turn signal are cover with grease to prevent corrosion. Over time it will cause problem.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
It appears that you may have an intermittent earth connection between the globe sockets and the vehicle body.
First, check how well the metal base of the globe fits into the socket. If it is a bit loose remove the globe, squeeze the sides of the metal socket with some pliers so that the globe fits snugly in the socket. If it is still not working correctly, check the earth wire that runs from the globe socket and any connectors in the wiring loom near the Light Assembly as well as where the earth wire is attached to the body. Remove, clean and re-attach securely if necessary.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
fuse needs to be replaced. probably in the engine compartment or under dash.
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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