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Old 02-26-2004, 20:40   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb Electrical Problems

Hi All,
I have a 2004 Escape less than 3 months old with about 13K miles on it. Recently electrical problems seem to be raising their little heads. First the seat belt light would light up while driving down the road. The only way to make it stop is to stop, shut off the vehicle and restart. Then today my low beam headlights started going out. When I switch to highbeams they work but the highbeam indicator flashes on and off about the same as my low beams do. After more investigation, it seems that if I wiggle the wiring harness under the dash the problems get worst. I can get anything from a heater quiting, the cig lighter dead, low beams out, high beams out....and more. So I am taking it in to the dealer monday but wonder if anyone else has these same troubles?

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