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Where is the accessory delay relay located for a 2003 excursion? Dome lights stay on

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SOURCE: 2003 ford taurus wagon

Fuse #26 should be a 10 amp unit that controls among other things, the interior lamps. Good Luck.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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SOURCE: door ajar and dome lghts

Probably a door switch, check them first. Go to each door with a can of penatrating oil, find the switch in the jam, give it a shot and work the button manually until they're all freed up. Watch the light while you do this to eliminate which one's causing the problem. Please post your results.

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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SOURCE: location of horn on 2003 excursion

You have to remove the right front inner fender plastic liner to access the horns. To get to the bolt that holds them you have to remove the battery and tray.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Explorer - dome lights stay on, but sometimes

not a fuse, has to be the a door switch. its not sensing the door is closed.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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SOURCE: My dome light stays on all the time in a Ford

It looks like one of the plungers on the switch at one of your doors has broken off. If not it is in your main switch (I doubt it tho)

Posted on Jan 01, 2010

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I have the same year and My windows,interior lights and radio stop working randomly, I was told by the dealer and mechanics that the problem is the accessory delay relay. It appears thatYou have to remove the right front inner fender plastic liner to accessicon1.png the horns. To get to the bolt that holds them you have to remove the battery and tray. To get to it, I looked it up and found it for about $9 when my mechanic and Ford wanted $80 and $25 I will try this myself and keep posted what happens

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