I'm not sure if they are the same or not, but I had the same problem with a 2000 Ford Ranger. The fix given on another web site for the Ranger is to spray the door latch (in the hole on the edge of the open door that mates with the latch device on the door jamb) with WD40. If the Expedition system is like the Ranger, the light switch is in door latch & WD40 will fix it for a few months, at least. Hope this works.
An antonym to exterior would be interior.
The exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the two opposite interior angles. So if a triangle had points A, B and C: The exterior angle at B would equal the sum of interior angles at A and C. Similarly, the exterior angle at C would equal the sum of interior angles at A and B And the the exterior angle at A would equal the sum of interior angles at C and B.
probably the heat on the drive ways or some cord in the car is just messed up.
You would need to know the interior angle because 180-interior angle = exterior angle
Hi, A friend had the same ploblem with his 2001 Lincoln Continental. The lights on the keypad and interior lights would randomly turn on. The problem was a defective keypad water was shorting the switch.
yes i used to use neon interior and exterior lights and i wish i would of found the led kits before because they are about 6 times brighter. You can see it clear on a sunny day.
Using exterior paint on the interior should not be a problem. You would only use exterior paint outside because it weathers better, which is not really an issue here.
Just a guess , has your guage lighting dimmer wheel switch been rotated all the way down ( or to one side ) ? I believe that will turn off all the interior lights It is located to the right of your headlight switch
Interior paint could be used on the exterior with a much shorter lifespan. To extend the lifespan a topcoat to seal it would be advisable. Instead of this two step process, an exterior paint is advisable.
No. An interior angle plus its exterior partner add up to 180 degrees. In order for an exterior angle to be acute, its interior partner would have to be obtuse, which doesn't happen in an acute triangle.
I wouldn't. I don't think they would have called it "interior paint " just for fun.
Check your fuses - they are operated separately
The interior and exterior angles would change.
That would depend on how many sides it has.
I wouldn't risk it. -If many gallons of good exterior paint came off next winter, you would kick yourself. In my experience, if it says interior -then that's where you use it !
The year, make and model would help.
If the interior and parking lights are not working on a 1999 Nissan Pathfinder, the first fuses to check would be the interior light fuse. Also check to make sure the light switch is in the right position to allow the interior lights to come on.
pretty easy really, make sure your interior lights are not turned on. Your headlights control should also be the interior light controller. Turn it clockwise or counterclockwise to turn your interior lights off. You'll run your battery down if you dont
yes but what a mess why would you put interior paint on top of exterior espically if it's outside then it fad's away chip's it won't take the beating as out door paint after you look at the big picture the answer is NO""""""
Use a citrus based stripper that will cling to the wall and allow it to work overnight. However, an easier option would be to paint directly over the exterior paint with a good quality interior latex paint.
Interior lights often stay on after the door is closed because of a faulty relay. There could also be a broken wire or a short circuit.
I am not a mechanic, however as an electrician it sounds like the running board lights are wired to the same relay as the interior lights. To check this, simply crank the truck, leave all the exterior lights off, turn on the interior light, then walk around the truck and look at the running board lights. If they are on then turn the interior light off and the parking lights on, check to see if the running board lights come back on. Depending on the make and model of the truck, I could be way off in left field and this info may not apply. uuummmm.....programing?
probably the fuse is blown.
The interior lights and rear lights might go out on a 1995 Honda Accord because the light fuse has blown. Check the fuses under the hood or under the steering wheel to confirm.