There are no lights. their just reflectors.
I've got a better question, why is this question in the Chevy venture forum ? I think the sliding switch underneet the on/off switch for lights is fully in the left position.just slide it to the right.
Press dome override button 3 or 4 times till you here a beep to put headlights and interior lights back on auto
make sure ALL the doors are closed
did you check the bulb if it is not that it could be the plunger on the door jam is just stuck or bad If so equiped, you have a switch in your overhead switch group that disables the interior lights until you enable them again.
If the interior lights do not come on it could be because the bulbs burned out. It can also be because the fuse blew out as well.
why would a 1995 ford f150 interior and cargo lights stay on with the doors closed ?
check your dash light dimmer switch it may be turn all the way up if so turn it down this should turn the lights off and also on some models there is an override switch that should be by where you turn your headlamps on if you push this in it should shut off the lights but will not allow them to come on when doors are opened
I believe if you turn your gauge panel dimmer switch all the way it turns on the interior lights when all the doors are closed
perhaps the switch/sensor broke.
Interior sliding doors are sliding doors within the interior of a house that do not lead directly to the outside of the building. They can be used to divide rooms.
check either end of the dash when you open the doors the fuse panel doors are the pull type
Check switches on doors for proper operation. they are usually adjustable.
Yes. I have a 2004 Suburban with barn doors and I put these LED tail lights on them.Just do a Google search for Anzo 311003
First verify that you do not have the interior lights switched on using the panel (instrument illumination) dimmer switch. Verify that door switches are working normally and doors are closed. Then, if all of that is well and you do not have any damaged wiring, replace the BCM. Also, you could pull the fuse out, but then you wouldn't have any interior lights. Ditto if you pull the bulb out.
In the upper console above the windshield where the two lights are located there is a rocker switch giving the option of On, Off and with Doors.
Check the switches on your doors, one of those may have gone bad or broken off.
Have you inspected all doors to see in the door sensor is being depressed when door is closed?
Check all the door and light switches, they are turned on by twisting the light switch to the left, also the pin switches on the doors will activate the cabin lights.
If the interior lights in a vehicle will not go off, first one should make sure all doors are closed. Then one should find the switch on the roof of the vehicle and make sure it is not turned to the on position.
locate the fuse to the interior lights and remove it. On our 98 Explorer you turn the dash light adjustment switch off, next to the headlight switch.
Look in the fuse panel for a fuse which may be marked as "courtesy" or "courtesy lights". If you're unable to find it under that name, consult your owner's manual or a dealership for info on this. You can pull that fuse, and it'll keep the interior lights from coming on when the doors are opened.
yes they are
I have a 2004 and there is a rocker switch on left side below radio that has 3 settings for interior lights. I believe UP is for lights on all the time and the neutral or middle setting is for lights on with door open and the Down setting is for lights off all the time which would be for having doors open for extended period of time (to save battery).
The interior light switch on the ceiling of the car might have them turned off, or there may be some electrical short causing the problem.