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Old 12-03-2009, 08:12 PM   #1
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Endeavor Electrical Issue/ Question

96 Endeavor 96, 37.5 230 w/ 6 spd. Allison. When I turn off the ignition the dash lights (jacks down and antennea) are on (if the antenna is up and or the jacks down. The DRL's stay on and the steps act like the key is still on. I have changed the ignition switch, still an issue. I drive and when we stop I walk to the rear and switch off the master battery cutoff switch till we need to leave. In the past the engine started but the back up moniter and AC would not work, then after driving for a few minutes they began to work. I have lived with this for 3 years, Im over it and begining to search this to a conclusion. I dont have schematics so it is a slow process. Goes anybody have an idea. I feel like it might be a relay issue..

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Guess my issue is too complicated, in the wrong forum or something else Guess I'll look elsewere
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Old 12-05-2009, 04:05 PM   #3
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Sounds like a very basic ground problem. Start there. Tighten or add ground wires, it could be that simple.
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