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Still have the problem

I bought the light control module from Ford garage for $500.00
and still have the problem with the lights coming on and off by themselves.
Which results in a dead battery.
Any more Ideas. Marilyn Stache












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  • marilynstach Aug 30, 2008

    I Think we got the problem solved.

    We took the cables off for a few seconds from the battery and pushed the numbers on the key pad on the driverside door, from 0 to 6, The doors all locked, we open them up again and the lights inside the car went off and also sprayed the switch inside the door.

    We have been watching for over 24 hours and didn't notice any lights going off or on.

    Thanks so much for giving us a push in the right direction.

    Thats more than the Ford Garage did.

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Ddid you check the dimmer switch? also did you check the wiring harness to make sure there are no shorts in it.

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