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While running 0n pr0pane, it might stay on for an hour or a few days. But gas shuts down. Even on electric it only stays on a short time.

If I pull the 12v.fuse it reignites,but may stay on an hour or a few days then shuts down.Same with electric. It's a RM2611

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SOURCE: courtesy lights stay on all the time, only go out by pulling fuse

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The courtesy timer is receiving an input somehow and starting the timer. You need to check the input voltages when wiggling the doors. Worn door pins and bushings or a latch can cause this. When the light is off grasp the door and try and force it around. If the light comes on you know which door it is. It isn't going to be the timer.


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SOURCE: 1995 Lincoln Town Car-Electrical system will not shut off

There seems to be a Problem with the electronic part of you Ignition switch. Good Luck

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SOURCE: my 1998 Chev Cavalier Theft System light stays on

If the car starts and dies right away you may have a pass key sensor fault.
Try to start the car,if the car dies right away just leave the key on and watch the security light in the insturment panel,if it begins to blink leave the key on until it stops blinking (apx 10 mins.) this will reprogram the pass lock to the pcm and may solve all your problems.if the car continues to die after running a min or so then you may have other faults,or if the car dies right after start the pass lock sensor may need to be replaced.

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SOURCE: Electric radiator fan will not shut off

Have you checked the fan relay to make sure it hasn't burned internally and is now stuck on?

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SOURCE: 2002 Sable - Interior light stays on all the time when car is run

you have either the thumb wheel switch beside the headlamp switch is turned all the way up or a sticking door ajar switch.
Does the door ajar light in instrument cluster stay on?
If so then you can shoot some WD-40 into the latches on the side of the doors then open and close them firmly a few times and this will usually unstick them.

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