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When you have your lights on and you exit the car , the light alarm ( dinger) doesn t alert you have left your lights on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do your interior lights come on when you open the driver's door? If not, the driver's door jamb switch probably got knocked loose (usually if the seat belt buckle catches it when closing the door)
More often than not, you can remove the switch and reconnect the two pieces back together and it'll work fine without needing to replace the switch.
Use an 8mm socket to loosen the retaining screw (it has phillips slots too, but it's usually too tight to use a screwdriver without buggering it up.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: My dash lights don't work
your fuse blew its under the hood in the fuse box its a 15 amp fuse and its called small light or something like that i just had the same problem and that fixed it
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: left a radio on, car
will the starter do anything? click, chatter,etc., try turning on the headlamps and turn the key as if to start vehicle.,see if the headlights dim,then if so you have a good starting connection, then more than likely the battery needs a chg, radios and lights will light seemingly o.k. but a starter needs higher current to operate and this is where it will fool you, the only other thing might be is if you left the key on too long and the alarm sensed this and cut the starter power so as not to be stolen, just an idea
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
use the car key itself from outside the vehicle with everything closed: use key in drivers door outside door lock and manually lock and unlock the door. check if fixed, may have to do a few times. i do believe the vehicle is in theft mode.
Posted on Aug 18, 2012
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