Question about 2003 Ford Windstar
Hey, Just curious, You side it might be a bad switch. Is this something I can fix? They both stopped working at the same time, and it is not the fuse, so you are probably right. I don't have the cash to take it to the dealer!
u can fix it if u know how to deal with the wires prob try to check the wiring, when it shorted out, there might have been a spark or small fire that disconnected a main wire.by the way its not so expansive for the packet.
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