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05 JAG no turn signal interior dome lights door ajar light on

My 2005 Jaguar X-Type has a problem with the rear left turn signal (replaced bulb did not fox problem), the interior dome lights do not come on when you open the doors, and the door ajar light stays on all the time.
Please help!! I am taking it to be looked at tomorrow. Is there a separte fuse that controls these functions?

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  • drjean364 Apr 23, 2009

    Fixed!! It was a loose connection under the passenger side glove box.

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Thank you so much for your follow up about the loose connection under the glove box..

I had exactly the same problem and the local ford dealer could not fix it. Was going to take it to the Jag dealer but did a search and your question and follow-up saved me a trip and $

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When the SJB detects a request for lighting, it turns on the interior lamps by supplying power to the lamps. The request for lighting can be an open door signal from a door ajar switch, an interior lighting on command from the instrument panel dimmer switch or an unlock command from a remote keyless entry (RKE) transmitter.
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Not a fuse problem , if the BCM had blown fuse other thing's wouldn't be working as well . . Probably wiring or BCM . Using factory diagnostic,s instead of guessing as to what the problem is , is the proper way .

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Symptom
Procedure
Important: Before proceeding with these diagnostics, check for DTCs. If DTCs are present, complete the associated diagnostics. If the condition still exists, return to this chart.
All of the interior lamps are inoperative when any door is opened.
Chart 1
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The dome lamp is inoperative in the DOOR position, but is OK in the ON position.
Chart 2
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Chart 3
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Chart 4
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