Where is the fuse that controls the Interior Lights in a 2001 TC The owner's manual does not have the information?
did you look on the inside cover of the fuse box and relay/fuse box? They list which fuses/and/or relay fuses supply which area of the car. locate it, pull it out and examine it to see if it needs replacing. If it does, make sure you replace it with the same size/amp fuse.
Why would the alarm to notify that the lights are on in a Fiesta on stop working at the same time the interior light does not come on when the door is opened?
1998 ford windstar interior lights will not come on when doors are opened but work when turned on manually engine module or engine computer controls lights and bells where is it and does it need repla?
See "Related Questions" below for: Fuse box information - referring to the Owners Manual with links to online copies of 1996+ models A common problem is the door ajar sensors getting stuck - this causes all sorts of problems with the interior lights. Likely to be a fix to the real problem and not just the symptom. Answer should be # 29. that's what it is on my 98
Why do the courtesy lights stay on when doors are closed there is no switch on the dash to control them?
Often the switch on the dash that controls the brightness of the dashboard lights will also turn on the courtesy lights if you turn the brightness all the way up. Otherwise, refer to the owners manual. If you don't have an owners manual with your vehicle you can get one online or at your local dealer.
There is a fuse you can pull located in the fuse panel behind the glove box. I can't remember which fuse it is, but i pull mine all the time. Simply look through the owner's manual and find the schematic for the fuse panel. The fuse only runs the interior light. Once you pull this, you can ride without the doors with no interior lights.