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Interior lights on my 1997 grand cherokee don't turn off, when vehicle warm.have to lock and unlock many times to turn lights off. It's killing my battery. Can i take fuse out and if yes, where is it?

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  • carlt92 Feb 09, 2009

    I just cleaned out my jeep and opened all the doors. After, when i closed them, the lights would not go out. I tried pushing all the door jam switches but it didnt work.

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Hi, check that the sliding swith that dims the dashboard lights is not pushed all the way up. this turns on the interior lights.

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It is the door jam switch. You need to check that it is getting push it when the door close???? Ar just push the button in by hand to see if it goes off???? You might need a new switch on the door jam????

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