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Dome light stuck on

I have a 1995 jeep grand cherokee limited we just bought and the dome light just went on and will not turn off..i have tried everything..so i disconnected the battery..any info would be great..thanks firebirdkat

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Check the rear glass and doors the button thing that tells the dome light to come on when u open it might be stuck in the outward position..that or check by your headlight switches usually u can turn it on manually over there

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