email@example.com (john367) wrote in
Did they actually look at what was ADJACENT to the switch?
Doubtful that switch trips on shock through it's mounting, MORE likely
something hitting the switch assy itself.
Like, say, if the kick panel on some models has no padding on that side,
then someone kicking - while crossing legs or something ( ;) )- the
kickpanel would do it.
replying to Geof, TRP19430 wrote:
Had the same thing happen in my Ranger Edge from about 6 months after I bought
until I got rid of it. It would go off at the most random times. It seemed to go
off while getting onto interstate entrance and merging onto the interstate a
lot. I could be driving through a normal intersection and hit a bump where the
concrete slabs aren't even. It took the slightest bump the times it did go off.
I never did figure out what was going on. I finally just temporarily locked the
switch in the "running" position and never had another problem.
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