Question about 2006 Ford F-150
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like 1 of 2 things.
1. Broken wire in the door to a-pillar loom.
2. A corroded splice in the driver's side door sill ( this is the one I think it is ).
The wire can be a purple wire towards the rear of the truck
The other I have seen is a blue w/ White stripe wire towards the a-pillar.
The splice is done with something that is similar to hockey stick tape, and if water gets into the door sill, it is not good enough to protect the splice, corroding it. When you repair it, you will have to add a small length of wire to get past the corroded wire, and use Marine heat shrink tube, that has a gel that seals the ends.
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