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Inside lights will no go off when all doors are closed on my 1995 ford windstar

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One of the door latches switch is not working probably. Check all doors,especially any sliding door contacts. don-ohio

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You are going to have to see if the switch is set to on or if the door switches are broke or defective

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Could be the interior lamp relay , stuck contacts inside the relay ! Located in the I/P fuse panel .

Posted on Mar 12, 2017

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3) Using a small flat screwdriver, gently lift the black tab on the catch mechanism and rotate the switch to remove it from the catch assembly.

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