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The lighs on the inside will not turn off

The inside lights stay on

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I'm not certain on your specific car, but if all the doors are closed, and the interior lamp switch is off (the dimmer for the dash lights), they should turn off. You could have a defective switch (long shot), or a short in the wiring, or the delay circuit that keeps the lights on for a time is defective. Without a diagram and some expertise in electrical circuits, this is a job for a real DIY or an auto electric shop.

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