Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
Well it seems to me that you've found the problem, the relay is stuck closed. looking at these wiring diagrams i have, fuse #23 supplys power to the relay. this circuit is hot at all times. so with the relay stuck, it would energize the motor. you can swap a relay of the same type with one from the same location. just be sure it has nothing to do with starting or running the car. most relays are identical. check the part number on the relay
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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