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Have replaced battery, starter, solenoid - now 3 weeks later it won't start again. my odometer flashes on and off - could this be my computer going bad?

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On my ford expedition, the door trigger switch was malfunctioning. it made my interior lights stay on, thus killing the battery

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Check for something draining the battery. It could be something like a switch on an under bonnet light or boot light sticking

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