Question about 1996 Buick Roadmaster
Sometimes begins blinking then stays on. Can a fuse cause this problem? If so, what fuse would it be?
Doesn't sound like a fuse, if it were it wouldn't work at all.
Sounds more like the light unit itself.
I don't know a lot about US cars. But I know interior lights can be quite delicate.
If they have been removed for any reason or dismantled to change the bulb they can be a bit difficult to
re-assemble correctly. Ths may cause problems with the switch
If there is a switch on the light unit, try playing around with it when the fault ocurrs.
If this has any effect, it's probably the light unit itself.
The only other thing I can think of is a fault in the door switch, but if it was I'm sure you'd get another warning like a dashlight or buzzer.
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