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Courtsey light will only go off when the door is slammed

The courtsey light will only go out when the passenger side front door is slammed shut but comes on again when driving the question is what would be the repair thanks

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  • Anthony Davidson Jan 30, 2009

    Hi I have looked all round the door frame since this problem started a few days ago and no button can be found, I`ve owned this car for 6 trouble free years, thanks for your response

  • Anthony Davidson Jan 30, 2009

    wonderful response I have been out to the car and it appears that this reply is correct as when I moved the latch/lock located in the door by hand to the fully closed position the light went out so its buy a new door latch assembly for me thanks regards Tony

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When you open the passenger door,you will see a button that turns the light on and off,Just replace it.


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  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Jan 30, 2009

    The switch is part of the latch assembly and is replaced as a unit.







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  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough Jan 30, 2009

    This is what it looks like

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