2004 endeavor dome lights brighten then dim when turn key clicks once in awhile other times does nothing after taking key out you can still hear click in motor sometimes dash lights light up other times they do not check engine light never came on.
Did you try to boost battery? Sounds like low charge. Check battery terminals for tight and clean as well as groung connection at body and power connection at starter for clean. If battery OK test for power on starter wires. Large wire will have contant battery power small wire will have battery power when key is in crank position. If power ok on both it will probably need a starter. Hope this helps...Good Luck.
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When you press the window switch button for the passenger door window turn on the dome light at the same time, carefully watch if the dome light dims slightly, this means the switch is ok and the passenger window electric lift motor is defective. You can also try stricking the bottom of the door while holding the switch down, this may cause the window motor brushes to unstick and the window will work for awhile again.
The component is a
starter. When you insert your key into theignition and turn it, you switch on the power to the coil and vehicle
computers. By turning the key to the start position it will supply power to the
starter and solenoid which cranks the engine until you release the key allowing
to return to the ignition on position.If the battery is weak the starter solenoid may engage producing a
clicking sound, but it will not crank the engine. Another test is to turn on
the dome light and try to start the vehicle, if you see the dome light dim when
you are trying to start the car the battery is weak or the starter has a short.
Starters are temperamental at times and can be intermittent working sometimesand malfunction other times. Your ignition
switch, fuse, or relay could also produce symptoms of your vehicle not
You don't say if it's "just" the dash lights, or if other lights do it as well. Try turning on a dome light and see if the dome light does it along with the dash lights. Do you notice your headlights doing this as well? These are just troubleshooting steps. If multiple light sources (dome, headlight, etc.) do it, then it's most likely a voltage regulator issue.
starters don't always give any signs of going bad if you have haed lights and they are bright and don't go dim when you try to start it then you probably have a bad starter. to find the starter hit the key and listen to where the sound is comming from or you can follow the negitive battery cable down in most cases.