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It can be one of two problems. One: pending on what kind of car you have. ..there is a switch near the steering column that turns left or right...adjusting your dash lights and or turning on/you interior lights.#2...check the interior fuse bus panel/box
I hve the same problem go under the hood for the fuse box you will c a fuse that has a blk clip around the whole fuse it self to open it use a small screw driver the ones u use for ur glasses nd open it c if it needs to be changed out if good jst unplug it nd c wat it does on my car I jst unpluged it nd now everything working I think its called a iud some wired name but u can't miss it good luck
If you have tried to adjust your interior lights with your dash light adjuster, and it didn't work, I would say you either have a bulb out, or a blown fuse. Hope it's something simple for you. GOOD LUCK
There should be a switch on the overhead light that you can switch from off to door to on. If in the off position it overrides the lights. In the door setting they will come on when the doors are open. The on position will stay on all of the time.
Perhaps you have the headlight dimmer which adjust the dash illumination adjusted so far that it turned on the interior lights. Back it off a bit.
Or there may be a fault in one of the door switches making the light believe a door is open.
If the passkey is messed up, there will be a light on the dash that says security, or have a picture of a car with a lock thru it. If there is no light when the key is turned forward, then its NOT a passkey problem.
Open one door at a time and press the door button-switch (in the door-frame, hinge side usually) to see if that switch will shut off the light. If you find one that does, either extend the button length slightly with hot glue or epoxy, or replace the switch. Make sure the light has not been turned on at the light or that the switch is bad.