Ford has a problem with their door latch assys. Seems if you lubricate the latch( on the door) periodically it resolves the problem. You may want to look into a stuct relay in your under the dash fuse box, if stuck it will keep those lighgts on, just did it and it corrected the problem---------new relay $ 15.48 at advanced auto parts store --just pull it out and plug in the new one----that's it Bud
None of the interior lights work so I think it might be a fuse?
The relay that controls the taillights and interior lights on a 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage is in the driver's side fuse box. It is to the left of the steering wheel in the dash. One thing to note about this vehicle is if a brake light burns out, the car might also lose the dash lights or interior lights. Check the brake lights before replacing a fuse that might not need replacing.
checked fuses, or checked for voltage to interior light socket?
The interior lights and rear lights might go out on a 1995 Honda Accord because the light fuse has blown. Check the fuses under the hood or under the steering wheel to confirm.
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 .
Do you mean that the lights inside go on and off as you drive? If so, the problem might be the door switches. They control the interior lights and sometimes get gummed up. Spray WD40 in the door latches and open/close the doors a few times. This usually fixes the problem. Good Luck!
Your battery might be dead or very close to dead. If the interior lights come on but go dim when you try to start then the battery is probably dead. Otherwise, get a new starter.
Check the fuse box in the engine compartment, also you need to check the lights itself. You might have to replace it.
Have you tried turning the knob that turns your head lamps on? Sometimes that will turn your interior lights back on. Also, you might check the fuse box that is located under the dash on the drivers side, there may be a fuse blown.
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.
You should locate the fuse box in your A8 to see if the fuse for the lights is burned out, and if that doesn't work, then you should replace the bulbs that don't work in the car.
sounds to me like a wire to the door switches might begrounded, a bad switch, or how about this. Do you have the MANUAL INTERIOR LIGHT SWITCH in the on position. Check it out. Good luck
The engine is clicking with all of the interior lights on? Dead battery... and for future reference... if there is no clicking= really dead battery and it might not recharge. In that case check the alternator, if the alternator is still good, just buy a new battery. If the battery continues to fail to recharge get a new alternator.
As I know it is for electric windows, electric dooor locks and alarm. Might also control interior lights.
If your 1999 Ford Expedition has turn signals that do not work but hazard lights that do work, it is likely that you have a fuse that is blown. You might also have a wiring issue including exposed wiring.
If the dimmer switch for the dash lights are turned all the way to bright and then clicked one more time the interior lights will come on and stay. Try turning down your dash lights. It might also be a broken or bent door pin.
check your ignition switch.
You might want to check or replace your dash dimmer light switch. I found this to cause either no dash lights or intermittent lights. Check the fuse box under the hood. The fuse you need is under the hood.
If parking lights and dash lights are not working and fuse blows out, there might be a problem with battery corrosion. Check the components specific to the circuits of the affected lights. It might be loose.
There's a metal button like on the inside frame of the door. That button turns on and off the interior lights of the car when ever the door is open.This metal button also might control the open door ding sound. the button might be stuck or rusted out. Use 10w40 to get it unstuck
first turn on your headlights. now look on your dashboard for a little lightbulb with a knob next to it (it's your dimmer). twist it & all your interior lights should go bright & dim. if that didn't work then check your fuses (interior lights, cigarette lighter,panel lights)if they're good or not. cuz sometimes on certain cars they're connected 2gether. if the fuses r still good then u might have 2 check all the bulbs indavidually. gauge,shifter panel (& that will take a good while,cuz you'll have to take it all apart to check it). try this & hopefully you might find the problem. good luck!
he was a idiot and the indies might have capturd him
Not absolutely certain on your model, but newer fords have a solid state Light Control Module (LCM) that is sensative. You may have damaged yours.
The answer depends on what a quadrilactial might be!
check your ground wires...they might be loose or detached.