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Could u tell me how could i get my inside lights to work another way.and how could i check the wireing from the fuse box to the switch for inside the suv

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Have you checked all your fuses? 2 locations 1 under the hood and 1 on the passenger side floorboard in front of the door on side panel. Also check the piston switches that release when the door is opened, just push them in and let them fly out fast or wiggle them.

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