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Re: interior lights not working
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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Check the dimmer switch! Head lights should still work if dimmer! But no interior dash lights! Fuse for lights is under hood in fuse center! If it is the headlights I would check the switch and if applicable the relay! I assume you have checked for ground at the light and power at the headlight fuses!! Good luck
You shorted the interior lamps/or it is burned out. get the car manual and look for where the interior lamp fuse is located to check if its the fuse. IF all the courtesy lights on your doors are working, then your dome light bulb is burnt, check modifiedlife.com for the correct size bulb and order it from an online automotive lighting store for a fancy color or go to your local auto store for the standard bulbs they have available.
Hi Oscar. You've more than likely just blown a fuse. Look in your owners manual or fuse box cover for which fuse is for the dome light. It may be listed as curtesy lamps, interior lamps, map light or something along those lines. Good luck.
Many turn signal lamps will have multiple bulbs in them. If "one" of the bulbs is faulty, the interior lamp or lamps will come on, indicating a bad bulb. You will need to turn on your left blinker and view the bulb and make sure all bulbs appear to be blinking on front and rear of the car, then repeat with the right blinker. If you find one that doesn't appear to look right or blinks faster slower or dimmer, then replace the bulbs in that turn signal. The interior light may begin working properly when you replace the "shorted" bulb for the turn signals. If it does not, check the fuses to make sure the "shorted" bulb didn't damage your fuse for the interior lights.
Was the bulb the same size and watt as the one you removed? Did you possibly cause a short in the fixture. I do not recomend using a larger fuse due to possible wiring dammage (risk of fire). Check the bulb for size and wattage/voltage check the holder to make sure it is not grounding out. Carefully check each step 2x.