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2003 focus interior lights won't come on when you enter or leave car

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Check fuses no.35 (7.5 amp) and no. 36 (7.5 amp) in the interior fuse panel.
If these fuses are good then your problem will be either the battery saver relay also located in interior fuse panel or the GEM module. If GEM module is bad it is a programmable module so it would have to be serviced by dealer or someone with scan tool capable of programming.

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OMG! My mom had the same problem. Hit the lights for gods sake!

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