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This is generally a case of the door ajar switch in the door is not working correctly, and needs to be sprayed down really well with WD-40 and close open the door. Might need to do this 2 or 3 times to get it to work.
Some what common issue on the older trucks in the 97-03 MY range.
Thread on this that shows the location at F150online.com
You need to remove the door ajar sensors from the doors and clean and lube them. You must remove the interior door panel then remove the door latch. Then twist the switch out of the latch to work on it.
the door adjar switch is the problem. the cargo light stays on until 35mph, as well as the overhead dome light. i just took the bulb out of the dome light and dont worry about the cargo light. it stays on for 30 min after the truck is turned off if the switch didnt trip properly. it shouldnt cause any problems as long as your batteries are good. i havent replaced the switch yet but it should be on the part of the door by the latch. get the replacement part and do a visual I.D. when you get the panel off. then replace it. the sensor is only 14$
Hello. the wiring harness plug that goes into the relay panel just to the left of the brake pedal may be your culprit. . If you remove the cover of the relay panel and wiggle the wires in the big connection plug, you will likely find that your interior lights will flicker. I believe Ford had a recall on these wiring harnesses so contact a Ford dealer about that.
have u check the bulbs?.... i would try to see if they ok remove em an check for power going to those locations, activate ur switches an see if you get any power may just be burned bulbs..... if the fuses seem to be OK
You have a bad door switch. They are installed into the door latches. Try spraying wd40 into the latches for a couple of days and see if you can unstick the switch. If that doesn't work, you will have to replace the defective switch.