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these trucks have a generic body control module in the left kickpanel. just remove the plastic trim from the drivers floor molding to access the module. inspect the wire for green dust or gel. if there is signs of this then you have a corrosion problem. disconnect you battery and then try cleaning the corrosion all off using contact cleaner and penetrating oil. once the corrosion is gone then reconnect everything and try to see if it works. If not then it is possible that the module is damaged. you will need a new one.
Switch is inside the door. by the lock mechanism ( door latch) If you remove door panel you should be able to reach wire it runs outside the door. Interior lights ground threw that wire so it is ether grounded or the switch is bad
ON SOME OF THESE DURANGOS THERE IS SOMETHING CALLED A CENTRAL TIMER MODULE. THIS MODULE CONTROLS DIFFERENT FEATURES OF THE VEHICLE, INCLUDING INTERMITTENT WIPERS, INTERIOR LIGHTS, REAR WIPER AND IN SOME CASES DOOR LOCKS AND THE COMPASS IN THE OVER HEAD CONSOLE, IF YOU HAVE ONE.
THIS MODULE IS LOCATED IN DIFFERENT SPOTS ON DIFFERENT DODGE MODELS. IF I REMEMBER RIGHT ON THE DURANGO IT IS LOCATED BEHIND THE KICK PANEL ON THE DRIVERSIDE, RIGHT BELOW THE EMERGENCY BRAKE PEDAL. THERE IS NO WAY TO TEST IT UNLESS YOU HAVE SCANNER. THE ONLY OTHER WAY TO CHECK IS TO FIND A GOOD KNOWN ONE AND INSTALL IT.
JUNK YARD WOULD BE THE BEST PLACE TO FIND ONE.
I think your problem is the electric control module. its a little black box under the dash that controls the head lights and parklights and interior lights. your doors have a switch by the door latch,when you open the door. use a screw drive to lock the door with out closing it . then see if the fuse still pops. if it does yous problem is the latch itself