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2002 Lincoln continental. Interior lights turn on and off all night while car is off. Battery is dead in am. Any ideas what problem might be

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The door latch is not getting detected by car.Its not detecting the door closed.Clean the door latches. The door latch grounds itself to chassis ground when closed. your problem involves a little corrosion in and around the latch. The simple fix is to spray a good amount of WD-40 on all door latches. Then let the wd-40 spray remain there for 1 hour then re-try ,turning the car off and closing the door and see the lights will get off.------------ But if that is not helping and problem is same then other possibility can be faulty ignition switch.You turn the key in ignition switch and turn the car off,and think car is turned off,but actually the car is not turned off,because there is short in the ignition switch ,this is causing the lights to go on/off,even though the car is off.------------------- Check out,this will help.Thanks.Helpmech.


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Hi i have a 2002 lincoln continental with 31000 miles car doesn't start if i use a jump starter car starts and keep running for the time you deserve i test the battery and looks fine i test alternator and...


I have a 01 Lincoln Continental that wouldnt start. After paying $69 to the repair shop they told me that the alternator and belt are working like they should but the battery wont hold a charge. I took the battery to Sears (6 month old Diehard) and after a day and a half they said the battery is good. Now the car starts each time but the lights(inside and out) all flicker and when you press the gas they flicker more? After about 5 minutes the flickering stops. What could be the problem?

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I have a similar problem - battery loses charge


No , that doesn't draw enough amps to cause a dead battery . How long does it take for the battery to go dead ? Over night ,couple of day's ? . Your vehicle has a number of control modules on board ,one of these mite not be powering down when it's suppose to . Checking for a parasitic drain with a volt meter is the way to find out what's staying on . There are a couple of different way's to do this .
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The interior lights do not immediately go off when the car is off and when they do go off they will come back on, thus making the battery to go dead. This has happened about 4 times


One of you door switches are seized you will need to unseize or replace the faulty one. the switches are in the door latch and you will have to start by turning the ignition key to on and then open and close each door. when you get to the door that doesn't make a chime sound when opened or closed. that is the door with the latch problem. you will need to replace the switch for that latch one.

Jun 26, 2009 | 2002 Lincoln Continental

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Just repaced the battery today, interior lights won't go off


Most likely a sticky door switch. Spray the heck out of all the switches and inside the doors themselves with WD-40. You may have to open and close the doors multiple times to get the lights to out.

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97 lincoln continental says door is ajar.


the door switches are part of the door latch, the easiest way to remedy this is to spray liberal amounts of WD40 into each latch and open and close the each door a few times, this should loosen up the latch and solve your problem.

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1990 lincoln continental cluster does not work.


i have an 89 mark 7,with a feature called courtesy lights.just touch the door handle at night and the interior lights all come on.they will go out after a couple of minutes if i dont enter the car. it is a good thing i think.

Mar 14, 2009 | 1990 Lincoln Continental

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Lincoln continental fuses


I have heard there is a door sensor relay that can cause this problem when it goes bad, however i have not been able to locate this relay.

What i did do to better the situation is pull fuse 31 (15amp) out of the fuse pannel under the driver side dash and this will disable all of the interior lights and nothing else. I know this does not fix anything but at least i dont get dead batterys anymore.

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