I recently bought a 2003 ford expedition and the interior lights wont go off after turning the vehicle off I have to manually turn the dimmer switch all the way off for them to turn off...

Asked by Dec 27, 2013 at 12:31 PM about the 2003 Ford Expedition XLT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

And some of my fuses keep blowing...yesterday it was my running lights..

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hopefully its 2 separate issues,the normal 0n the lights is to spray your latches with WD40. I used until a couple weeks ago when it happened again and all I had was electrical connection cleaner/lube from autozone so i soaked each door couple time while opening and shutting and seemed to work a little faster. also look at the running board lights to make sure there not dangling and look for cut wires if they are. hope this helps

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why does it say that my doors are open when their not and th doors wont lock and the inside light wont turn off

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