Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
Posted by Anonymous on
Use large thick industrial (white) zip-ties and **** down that back window...fixed all my battery draining dome light, dinging and lock-engaging problems......Used regular zip-ties at first but they lost elasticity over time and booyah the show started all over again....
Trust me I tried everything else, adjusting the back window latch reciever, looking for wires, checking for stuck door latches, spraying door latches and everything...I can't use the back window so I use the gate ;)
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
There are little switches in the door jams near the hinges that activate these. You need to check and see if one has come loose or shorted out. They only have one wire attached if you pull one out and the wire isn't attached that is the one that is the problem. When the switch is out it grounds and completes the circuit ,when it is pushed in it opens the circuit.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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