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Old 04-13-2013, 03:18 PM   #1
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Interior light stays on

I bought a new LED greed interior light for my 99 mustang since I noticed there wasn't one. Well once I put it in the first few days it worked fine and looked pretty good. Now everytime I close the doors or open them it stays on all the time.

Anyone know why this would be?
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Did you try turning the headlight switch to the right?
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Try turning the knob of the headlights
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Ill try that once I get into the car here in a few minutes ill get back to y'all if it works or not!
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Ill try that once I get into the car here in a few minutes ill get back to y'all if it works or not!
Yeah most likely the headlight/dimmer switch. If not check the door buttons that come in and out when you close the door. One may not be there. Never know! Lol
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Well I just tried the dimmer. It does cut off and then I tried it with it all the way turned to the left as well and now it works as well. But I hear a click when it turns off and I used to not hear it. But it works now thanks guys!

Also I have checked for the little things in the door to let the car know the doors shut and they are there and working. If it starts doing it again and staying on ill just have to remember to leave the know turnt all the way to the right. Thanks y'all!
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