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As for the dome light, on your steering column, either your blinker switch or yeah, I would say your blinker switch, there should be a little dial that just turns left and right, it might also be where you turn on your headlights, in fact that's where I would actually start LOL sorry just dawned on me what we were talking about, where you turn on your headlights there should be a little knob that's attached to it that just twist to the left and to the right or up and down that is or should be setting your dome light timer. I'm not sure about your radio.
Posted on Dec 02, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found a paritally blown fuse. When the fuse blew metal pieces ended up partially making contact. After replacing the fuse everything worked great.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
this is what it looks like it will be mounted on the door jam not on the door just look for it you will find it . it works bye when you open the door it grounds the dome light ground wire to the body. i have fixed thees before it isnt too hard. if the pic does not come up i will put the link under it
Door Jamb Switch Operation:
An electrical device that controls the on-and-off setting of a sub-system or system.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
This can be one of 2 things.
1. The door ajar switch ( part of the door latch ) is gummed up and a good spraying of WD-40 can clean it out. Could take several times to cure the issue.
The other specific to New Body Style 04-08 MY F-150 :
2. There is a bad splice in the driver's side door sills. On the SUperCrew it is usually closer to the c-pillar on the rear door.
These are pictures of the 2 splice locations :
The splice is a 3 way splice ( 2 wires to 1 wire ) and covered in something that looks like hockey tape. The splice gets wet, and no longer wrks. You might have to go back further into the harness to find wire that is not discolored if this is the case. Takes quite a bit of time to find the splices, as there are a lot of wires in the door sill.
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
i would hazard a guess and say that wires in the rubber boot from the door pilar to the door are damaged or the connection block in the door pillar in this the terminals are corroded or something similar
Posted on Nov 22, 2011
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