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- LAMP - COURTESY, GLOVE COMPARTMENT, UNDERHOOD, RUNNING BOARD LAMPS INOPERATIVE IN MORNING OR AFTER VEHICLE IS LEFT UNATTENDED FOR 45 MINUTES
- POWER WINDOWS - INOPERATIVE IN MORNING OR AFTER VEHICLE IS LEFT UNATTENDED FOR 45 MINUTES
- RADIO - INOPERATIVE IN MORNING OR AFTER VEHICLE IS LEFT UNATTENDED FOR 45 MINUTES
- REAR WIPER - INOPERATIVE IN MORNING OR AFTER VEHICLE IS LEFT UNATTENDED FOR 45 MINUTES
| Publication Date: SEPTEMBER 11, 2000 |
| 1999-2000 EXPEDITION, F-150, F-250 LD |
| 1999-2000 NAVIGATOR |
This article is being republished in its entirety to update the part number.
A temporary loss of functions controlled by the battery saver relay may occur on some vehicles. These functions may be inoperative for a short period of time after the vehicle has sat unattended for at least 45 minutes. These functions are limited to courtesy and interior/demand lamps, glove compartment, underhood lamps and power windows. Running board lights, moonroof and the rear wiper may be affected on Expedition and Navigator. The radio may also be inoperative during this time on Navigator only. The loss of these features is temporary and can last from a few seconds up to 10-15 minutes.
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