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Why might the interior lights stay on when you close the door of your 1998 Ford Expedition?


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2006-12-02 19:52:54
2006-12-02 19:52:54

Ford has a problem with their door latch assys. Seems if you lubricate the latch( on the door) periodically it resolves the problem. You may want to look into a stuct relay in your under the dash fuse box, if stuck it will keep those lighgts on, just did it and it corrected the problem---------new relay $ 15.48 at advanced auto parts store --just pull it out and plug in the new one----that's it Bud


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