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Old 05-16-2009, 22:32   #1 (permalink)
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2003 ford expedition remotes and kepad

Hello all.I have a problem i dont see on here at all.ok first of my remote stopped working yesterday both of them.then today the keypad stopped and wont light up.And not the auto locks and 3rd row power seats stopped and the rear back glass wont open.oh and also my auto lights stoped.im wondering if i have a short.i checked all fuses.(nothing).Also the code for the doors dont work.Keypad Not Lighting up )Anyone know what happined.Thanks
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:22   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 2003 ford expedition remotes and kepad

A short is a possibility, but I can't see one short affecting all those electrical systems. It seems to be a lot of amps to go through one circuit. Then again, it could be all relayed to a 40 amp fuse. I know you mentioned you checked fuses, but keep in mind there is most likely two fuse panels, one under the hood with the power relays, and one along the side, or under the dash for most of the 12V convenience items, etc. Electrical shorts can be HARD to find. If you have a good multimeter you should be able to oHm out the problem yourself.
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BSM (door locks, liftgate glass release relay), Liftgate glass release motor, Door/Liftgate lock motors
Should be fuse #30. The fuse may look good but actually be blown.
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Did you ever resolve this? I'm having some of the same problems, no power locks (unlock, lock, keypad, or remote), and the driver side window will not work. I can hear one of the relays clicking in the BSM when i try to lock/unlock but the motor never activates.

I checked fuse #30 (even swapped it with a working fuse) and no good. I'm thinking the whole BSM needs to be replaced.

One other strange thing I noticed, the map light and rail light on the drivers side are also not working. These are also on the same fuse as the vanity mirrors which were working. I decided to pull the fuse and reseat and now the map light is working and still no rail. Strange???? Makes me think there are some bad connections on the back side of the fuse terminals.
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