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When exiting highway 35-45 MPH right turn only,the interior lights come on and then go off when I resume driving straight

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Rkgaynor i recomend checking your drivers side front door latch adjustment-the striker on the B-pillar may need to be loosened and adjusted inwards which will make the door close tighter-sounds like at higher speeds your body may lean against the door and cause the door switch to illuminate the interior lights-before looseing the bolts i recomend tracing the striker with a pencil so if any large adjustments occur and door doesnt close or open properly you will know where the original position was and can change it back.

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