Ford Expedition

Why would the exterior and interior lights stay on in a 1999 Ford Expedition?


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2005-01-21 19:00:59
2005-01-21 19:00:59

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.


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An antonym to exterior would be interior.

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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.

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You would need to know the interior angle because 180-interior angle = exterior angle

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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.

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