Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
regarding your door adjar light....
it is not possible to disable the system as it is integral to the GEM module. this module controls several other features of your vehicle, therefore can not be disconnected. The lights typically come on as a result of a sticky switch for the lights. these switches are located on the back side of the door latches. they are not accesable without taking off the door panels. However, i have had success with lubricating the latches and working doors open and closed several times. If you look at the latch on the door itself, you will notice gaps near the corners, spray very generously, penetrating oil or WD40. take into consideration that gravity will pull the oils down, so spray up intop the little openings arround the latch, you are trying to get oil to reach the backside of the latch where the switch is located. do this to all 4 doors and you will more than likely succeed! the only other way to determine wich dor certainly is causing lights to come on is to see your local Ford dealer. only their computers are able to communicate with your onboard computer system to monitor which door is commanding the lamp on. I wish you luck!
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Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a switch in each door that senses the door is open, it is called the door ajar/courtesy light switch (imagine that), they stick and have this problem, replace it.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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