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Interior lights not working

Interior lights out No interior lights I have checked all the fuses and bulbs and no luck

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  • Daniel Jenkins
    Daniel Jenkins May 11, 2010

    have you opened all the doors?



    it's possible that the bulbs are burned out



    could also be a fautly door switch

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I would think that if all the switches on the doors are good, and the bulb is good, check to see if there is power to the lights. There should be power there at all times; the switches give the light a ground. Or, the ground point physically on the lamp assby needs cleaned.

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