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Sure the door lock is bad maybe. with the fuses in and the doors clsed try the other locks some jeeps only reset with the hatch lock as all the others are worn out or don't detect tha t the door is closed
sounds like you have a short in 1 of your door switches one by one open doors one at a time find the pin switch and remove with a wrench 1 by one push the switch in and break contact or unplug the switch if light goes out then it's time to get a new pin or just leave it disconected and no more lights from that door
btw do if there was no one in the car with you and you can remember what door was closed last b4 this started i might be easy to find work backwards
Have lost power to the passenger side door. Without power system doesnt recognize door closed because of no power to door ajar switch which keeps dome light on. Security light stays on because without power to rest of systems supplied by fuse it cannot tell if doors and windows closed to engage security features. Most common is for power wire to break somewhere near where it leaves to main body and enters the door.
yes there is a fuse.............sorry I'm not familiar with the outback but if you consult your owners manual and look up fuse in the index there will be instructions to locate the fuse box and it will tell you which one is for the dome\courtesy\interior light hope this helps....good luck!