Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
I have to disconnect the battery in order keep the tail lights and parking lights from running the battery down. Checked all relays they seem to be fine. Tried all the tricks, but I'm a 67 year old car guy who is confounded by the new electronics.
Are you sure they aren't the stoplights (brake lights)? There should be a stoplight switch connected to the brake pedal and replacing it would correct the problem. If it is the tail and parking lights, you must need a new switch that controls them. Signed, 64 year old car guy.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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