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My power window interior door lights quit lighting up could the bulbs be blown

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If the power window itself still work fine, and the illumination on the driver's side door lock still work, then the LEDs behind the switch are the issue ( usually bad solder joints ).
If you are talking about all doors other than the driver's side, do you have the window lock on ? The lights on the switch turn off when the driver's side window lock is enabled.

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Hi,

Yes either the bulbs could be blown or the fuse. Look for fuses and Relays, fuse box under left side under dash .

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