Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
It sounds like the wires are pinched in the steering column. Most of the upper column has a plastic cover around it. There are 3 or more screw recesses in the bottom of this cover. Once you have this cover off you should be able to see the wiring. It may be possible to get a little more working room by loosening the support bracket under the dash.
Sometimes you can see more by visiting a Salvage yard and looking at another Expedition or F-150. Depending on the damage inside your column, you may want to pull another harness out of a wreck instead of attempting to patch your own.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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