Question about 1988 Ford Escort EXP
What you need to do is remove the neg. bat. cable and jump the negative cable to the negative side of the battery with a test light. The test light will illuminate. Now you'll need to start removing fuses one at a time until the test light goes out. The fuse that turns the test light off is going to be the circuit that your looking for. I betting the dome light circuit could be your problem. I've seen problems with door switches on those cars. At least with this test method you'll be able to narrow your search down.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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