Yes. Your broken light switch is probably the culprit.
there is a switch by driver interior panel underneath the steering wheel. up raises the spoiler, down lowers it manually.
The door switch is coroded or broken.
The switch to turn the interior light on and off on the R Reg Tigra is located on the headlight switch. Push the switch in to turn on the interior lights.
Could be the interior light switch on the dash is turned on or the door light switch is broken.
A tact switch is type of switch that is only on when the button is pressed. As soon as you release the button, the circuit is broken. Think of the keys on a keyboard.
Once you release it with the auto switch there should be a black strap that will be visable when you lightly lift the hood, pull that and it should release.
Bad switch on one of the doors. When closed they depress the pin which breaks contact. If any one of these is out contact may not be broken when switch is depressed and complete circuit-keeping them on. Most are adjustable for pin height. Open each door one by one & depress manually to find it. one will probably do nothing.
without nowing what car you have its impossable to answer everyone needs to tell us what car and model, we are not mindreaders
The dimmer switch near/on the headlight switch is a potentiometer and it controls the dash light intensity, as well as manually turns on the interior lights at the high(bright) end.
Remove the shift release lever cover with a small screwdriver. After it is raised up high enough or off, then you can press the release switch manually.
AnswerCheck the fuse Check the control switch on dash (if any) labeled with a light bulb symbolMy Interior lights worked when I turned them on manually with the roll switch, but when I set the switch to neutral and placed the auto switch to on, so that when the doors were opened the light should come on, they would not.Answer: The little push switch located on the side of the dash when the door is closed its pressed in by the door, when the door is open the switch springs out and the light comes on. If this switch is bad or has a short (jiggle) interior lights wont work when door is open and dash is set to AUTO. Replace!
My F250 does the same thing. I think it has something to do with the door latching mechanism. I ended up taking out the bulbs. You can still manually turn on the interior lights with the switch up on the ceiling.
Check that a door sensor isn't broken. When you are in the car and all the doors are closed and the car is on, check if the light on the dashboard that signals that a door is open is lit. If it is the sensor switch will need to be fixed on whichever door is broken. On the second generation Clio, the interior light can be switched between the main light and a movable spotlight. Carefully moving the switch to between the two modes will turn off the interior light.
There is no switch, the top is lowered and raised manually.
The brake pedal shifter release switch is disengaged. You will need to go under the driver kick panel area and manually press the switch (look to see if the switch wire harness is loose)
I have a 1996 Mercury Grand Marquise. Where is the interior lighting switch on the door.
not to sure but on my vectra it normally controls the interior lights, but you have to pull the switch out to put the interior lights on
On the interior lights for the back seats, there is a switch. When you turn the switch to "Door" mode it will make the lights turn on when the door is opened.
The door switch for the VW Polo can go bad and cause the interior light to stay on. The switch must be changed, there is no way to repair it.
There is no "kill switch" on that Chevy Blazer.
most likely somehting is not turning off such as an interior light that has a broken switch or you could have an electrical short somehwere.
make sure the selector switch for the lights in in the right position you may have put it to on accidentally
The switch is in the on position.