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2001 buick lesabre interior lights stay on while driving

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  • dvangil Dec 26, 2008

    the only way i have been able to get my interior lights to go off is by pulling the fuse or the relay located in the fuse box under the back seat. Now i have no interior lights.

  • Bravo Zulu Jan 14, 2009

    I removed door panel on rear door due to a failed power window cable. I disconnected the power cable in the door to remove panel. Now my courtesy lights will not shut off after I start the car. But they do shut off after I stop the car and remove the key?

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Interior light will not turn off

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yes there is a relay switch in engine compartment or under dash

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