it should be the 4th one
check for a blown fuse in the fuse box.
It powers interior items such as dome lights and radio memory.
there should be a button on your dash next to the scroll type dimmer switch that activates the dome lights....that switch is a (either or type) switch that allows you to either have the dome light come on when you open the doors or not to come on.....Look in your owners manual
dome lights stays on
The circuit breaker is self resetting. you may have a short in the wiring.
Hey Dude: You can turn your dome light off in your van by turning your headlight switch (or dimmer switch ) all the way to the right. Left turns on your dome light, so go the opposite all the way till it clicks. It will now stay off when your door opens. .
Yes, all electrical parts in the vehicle are fused.
Ignition off draw fuse/circuit It is used for dome lights, radio memory, etc.
check the dome light fuse that could be the problem.......or interior fuse Instrument lights.
you either have a bad door switch, any of them could be bad. or you have the lights physically turned on at the switch.
It maybe a 'shared' fuse that is called 'acc' or with the horn, dome lights, etc.
Either the switch was left in the wrong position, or the thing is defective. The dome lights draw enough current to drain the battery overnight.
You can install undercarriage lights to have them turn on with your dome lights on a 2005 Chevrolet Equinox by installing the LED tailgate light bar.
The dimmer switch has a setting which turns on the dome light. Just after turning it to high you should be able to 'click' it into the position required for the interrior lights. The dimmer switch has a setting which turns on the dome light. Just after turning it to high you should be able to 'click' it into the position required for the interrior lights.
The dome light has a switch that has an off position. Any other lights you can simply remove the bulbs.
This was supposed to be for your safety and convenience once you entered the vehicle. The lights should turn off when you turn the ignition on. If not, then try adjusting the dimmer switch for the dash lights.
Lights inside the car. Dome light, courtesy light, etc.
Try closing the doors?
head lights, dome lights, blinkers, any light.... ABSOLUTELY NOT!!
check for water corrosion in the module terminals in left kick panel under dash
Refine question Is there aftermarket alarm, remote strat, etc.?
you didn't say which lights. is the switch on the dome in the right position