try checking the dimmer switch that dims your dash lights at the left lower side of your dash. one of your door pin switches is bad I have that same problem on my '95. But only one won't turn off. It is the rear passenger light. I found out that under the body on in the frame where the electrial lines run, I have a pinch in one of the electrical lines. That was what was causing mine to stay on.
If you have hard doors, yes. It they don't, most likely someone has removed the fuse to keep the lights off when running with the doors removed. Check the fuse box. If you have soft doors, no. The fuse has probably been removed.
There are no lights. their just reflectors.
it was an Oldsmobile touring car ,cut behind the front doors and made into a truck it was an Oldsmobile touring car ,cut behind the front doors and made into a truck
they are called opera lights
you probably have a bad door light switch in your car, you need to check ever switch in the system its 5 ( 4 doors an a tail gate) I bet you one is defective.
Many vehicles have a programming method associated with the door locking and driving lights. To find out more about it, check in the owners manual.
There is a switch for that. It is in the dash illumination brightness control switch.
When certain tail lights won't fit the Suburban with barn doors, it means they were not made for that vehicle or they are defective. The rear barn doors were discontinued on the Suburban in 2005.
Can 24s fit on a oldsmobile aurora
Sometimes the instrument panel dimmer switch also has another "detent" that turns on the interior lights without one opening one of the doors. The other thing that could have happened is that one of the door switches may have a loose wire, which would "open" the switch and cause the lights to stay on.
Make 50 of the lights green
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