Question about 2007 Ford Expedition EL XLT
Posted by Anonymous on
I noticed the year model of your Ford, it may be under warranty for some of the parts. First, clean your battery connections. If that does not help, get your battery tested as it may be shorting out.
The negative battery cable usually mounts low on the engine. Check the end of the negative cable for corrosion or a loose mounting nut.
You can get the battery and the starter tested at Autozone or Oreillys for free, as well as an engine scan. The battery would be your responsibility, but the starter may still have warranty. The other electrical parts may be under Warranty.
The lights flashing could be part of the Alarm system but the locks would indicate a short in the power supply.
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