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2005 Honda CRV dome light goes out, but not burned out

When I open the dome light cover and adjust bulb it comes on again. Dome light in my 2004 CR-V was intermittent for a while. Now doesn't come on at all. Bulb and fuse look OK. I used electronic cleaner on the switch and checked the wiring. Still no light. When problem started light would come on with passenger doors open but not the drivers door.

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  • grandmajlynn May 17, 2009

    Dome light comes on occasionally but lately not at all. At first I thought bulb was burned out so bought new one and it worked for about 3 weeks and now is out again. My CRV is a 2006.

  • hisham_19732 May 11, 2010

    dear sir

    after due respect

    i have bmw 318 i model 2000 before three days the motor oil led
    indicator appear when i use the break and disappear when i remove my
    leg from the break , and the led appear from time to time , when the
    car drive the red led disappear

    and i check the oil level its ok , and there is no any leak



    please help me to solve this problem



    waiting to hear from you asap



    best regards

    hisham





  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    only driver side dome light works when the door is opened.

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Filament gets fractured, possibly by vibration of the roof lining. I have replaced mine 4 times and while the bulb looks OK it is high resistance, buy a few bulbs and replace them when it occurs.

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