Question about 2002 Ford Expedition
It sounds like you've got water in your electrics.
Option 1: Wait and let it evaporate normally. Keep the bonnet closed and let the engine run to warm things up. Alternatively, leave the bonnet open to allow the sun to do the job with the engine off.
Option 2: Get a can of water displacement spray (e.g. Damp Start) from an automotive shop and spray electrical connections.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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