There is a timer that keeps the lights on for a couple of minutes so you can find your way to the garage door or wherever. If it's not on a timer then check the inside door frame(on all the door openings)to see if the little prong is broken or missing. If it's missing or broken then it (the prong) wouldn't be able to sense the door closing when it's shut. That would cause your light to stay on. Kind of like your refrigerator or washer/dryer. I had the same problem years ago with a Chrysler New Yorker. The "illumination delay relay" needed to be replaced. I did it myself for about $35. Mine was located behind the glove box which was simple to remove. Just unplug the old one and plug in the new one. You can ask someone in the know where yours would be located in your particular vehicle. Good luck. Lori
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
Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,
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 2002 Cavalier has a reverse light switch. The switch can be bad, or have a loose connection causing the lights not to work.
try to turn the interior light switch off near the the headlight switch ( dimmer switch) is most likely in the on position
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.
Check the setting on the switch
Check to see if the interior lights are switched "ON" Sometimes they get turned on when you move the headlight switch.
Either the switch that turns the backup lights on is out of adjustment, or has failed in the on position.
You probably turned them on by accident. They are controlled with the same pull switch that turns on the headlights. By twisting the switch to the far left it will click and the dome lights will turn on, by twisting it to the right it will turn off the interior lights and will then dim the dashboard lights.
The interior lights are controlled by the headlight switch and are protected by a fuse.
no it will not, because they're not connected with the same switch
In a 1997 Lincoln Continental : To the right of your headlight switch in the dash is a ( panel dim ) switch I believe if that is turned all the way up then the interior lights will come on
the switch for turning your lights on ie parking - low beam,pull it out for interior light dude....
The interior light switch is on or a door switch is bad.
On your light switch there is a dimmer for the dash lights . if you turn it all the way to the left your interior lights should come on , turn it to the left and see if that works otherwise it might be a door switch .
Either by opening a door or turning on the interior switch...
check the switch and make sure the lights are out. on the other hand could be a faulty interior light switch, somthing i have never seen
Beside your headlight switch in the dash is your gauge panel dimmer switch ( Rotate the switch all the way up to turn on the interior lights )
Interior Lights thumbwheel is above the headlight switch on the left of the dash. Rotate the wheel all the way up to turn on the interior lights. Just past the highest dashboard light setting.
Most often this is due to an interior light being left on. Often it is the roller switch that controls the dashlight brightness and interior lighting being set to 'interior lights on'.
If the interior lights stay on while driving on a 2002 Impala, there could be a problem with the headlight switch. Check the relay center for the headlights that is just behind the headlight switch.
flick the light switch
Just to the right of the headlight switch on your dash is a dimmer wheel switch for your gauge lighting , if the switch is rotated all the way down ( past the detent ) the interior lights won't come on . Also , if the switch is rotated all the way up ( past the detent ) the interior lights will come on with the doors closed
you will find a switch on the panel to the right of the heating controls (near the hazard switch)