Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
These lights stay on and are draining my battery to the point I have to constantly jumpstart the car. The battery has been tested recently and gets full power. But I'm told that there may be a ground problem. For the meanwhile I'd like to know which fuses to pull to temporarily fix this problem for I am unable to afford a mechanic to do an electrical fix. Which I know will be costly. Thank You!
Sounds like you have a door ajar switch bad on one of the doors. start vehicle and close all doors and liftgate make sore the back glass on liftgate is closed. now look for a door ajar alert. if the alert is thare then one of the door ajar switches is bad. if this dont help then open each door and spray a lubricant called PB BLASTER in the latch assembley on each door then open and close each door about 10 to 15 times, this will usally free up the switch that is stuck.PB BLASTER is available at your local auto parts store. soak the latches pretty good when doing this as to make sure it reaches the switch.the fuse to the running board lights is under hood behind the power distrabution box. it should have a cover on it , thare are about 6 fuses in this box the one to the running boards is a 10 amp color red just pull each red fuse till lights go out.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Middle row 4th from the top. im having the same problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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