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Hi, i have cadillac sedan deville 1994 , the light sensor always read dark , so the exterior lights always on , besides when i open the door and the interior lights goes on , so the exterior lights goes off . noting that i cleaned up the light sensor

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problem solved after cleaning the light sensor but the problem of twilight sentinel always exist , so if the twilight on the way of MAX the lights will remain 90 seconds ON but if i open the door and the interior lights will go on so the exterior lights will go OFF , what might be the problem?

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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i would check and make sure that this sensor is clean first and then i would look into having it replaced!! Welcome to the world of caddys

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