Question about Cars & Trucks
First of all, what type of vehicle is it? But without knowing the vehicle type. You should check your door switches. Older vehicles had a small round plunger switch on each door frame. But newer vehicle now have a multifunction door assembly switch. You can attempt to unplug the switch. They are normally located near the door hinges and covered by a big flexible weatherproof rubber tube but at the end of the tube is a connector. Unplug it and see if the dome light goes off. I would try the driver door first. Because it gets used the most and is more likely to go out because of its use. Also check your dome override button if you have one. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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