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Fuse running lights

And interior lights stay on when van is off and key is out

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SOURCE: Interior lights will not turn off.

i had the same problem, it is a relay in your fuse box under the passenger side dash. i think it says courtesy lights on it.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

SOURCE: the interior lights stay on after the van has been

it is problem with any door lock or door (switch if switch is there), if it is not going off after you make it off manual with help of lamp switch, then problem with lamp.

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SOURCE: the interior lights stay on when we remove keys,

try spraying the door latches on the side of the door with wd40,it sounds to me like the switch on either side is sticking

Posted on May 18, 2010

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SOURCE: Reverse and interior lights out, chevy express van

Fuse block under the hood. Driver's side, under the brake master cylinder. Number 18. TCB#2. Replace the fuse.

There is an under-engineered ground in the reverse circuit. If you back up with the dome lights on, it could blow that fuse. There should be some extra fuses under the cover of the fuse block.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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