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Interior lights stay on where is the relay located

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Three things run the interior light
the two door jamb switches and the control from the headlamp switch
One is at fault
The door jamb switch is usually the problem on most
Simply remove the two and see if they are stuck in the open position. You can also tell once they are unplugged if the light goes off as well with any switch you check

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