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What Fuse In My Fuse Box Needs To Be Changed To Fix The door light On My 1999 Ford Explorer?

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Lights staying on ? staying off ?
Try spaying a penetrating fluid on all of the door latches ( dont spray too much ) open and close the doors atleast 10 times and check your problem. Is it still there ?
You may need to have the door latch assembly replaced. That is where the device is located for the light , on/off.
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