Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
I just purchased a 2000 Grand Prix. The interior lights were all out so I figured it was a fuse. When I replaced the fuse the lights came on, but then stay on and will not go off. I just took out the fuse so the bulbs won't burn out and kill the battery.
Have you checked the adjustable intensity switch for your dash lights? If it is turned all the way up it usually will "click" and turn all the interior lamps on.
Another possibility is that one of the door switches is bad.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Check the intensity switch. If it is not that push the buttons on the back passenger lights to see if they will "click" and turn off. If not you have the same prob as me. The "L" shaped tabs for the buttons get weak an you cannot turn them off. I drilled holes in mine and saftied with safety wire. Aviation type wire. They work awesome now.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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