Question about 1997 Ford Expedition
First make sure the sockets are ok use a 12-volt test light and also check the brake light switch on the top of the brake pedal itself and make sure the battery post are clean use a little baking soda and water to clean them off and make sure the fuselike plugs are clean the plugs on the same side of the battery coming out from the fire wall to the battery
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