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Warning tone not working when headlighs left on and key removed

When I switch off the engine and exit the car the lights left on tone is not working. Which fuse controlls this function?

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Do your interior lights come on when you open the driver's door? If not, the driver's door jamb switch probably got knocked loose (usually if the seat belt buckle catches it when closing the door)

More often than not, you can remove the switch and reconnect the two pieces back together and it'll work fine without needing to replace the switch.

Use an 8mm socket to loosen the retaining screw (it has phillips slots too, but it's usually too tight to use a screwdriver without buggering it up.

LINK: http://www.crvownersclub.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1207

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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