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Old 01-02-2013, 12:48 AM   #1
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My map/dome lights wont turn off!!!!!! if i lock the car, unlock blah blah, i tried everything except battery, i even took off the bulbs cuz its mad late and i juat want to see, lmk what i could do
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There is a dial to the left of the steering wheel right next to your headlight controls that controls your interior lights. Play with that until you feel it click. Should fix it, unless you have tried this already...
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There is a dial to the left of the steering wheel right next to your headlight controls that controls your interior lights. Play with that until you feel it click. Should fix it, unless you have tried this already...
+1 I had this happen to me one morning on my way to base, took me a lil while but finally figured out the little dial was the problem
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+1 I had this happen to me one morning on my way to base, took me a lil while but finally figured out the little dial was the problem
+2 check the accessory light dimmer dial.
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+1 I had this happen to me one morning on my way to base, took me a lil while but finally figured out the little dial was the problem
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What he said, happened to me too, this is my 1st American car and wasn't used to this
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There is a dial to the left of the steering wheel right next to your headlight controls that controls your interior lights. Play with that until you feel it click. Should fix it, unless you have tried this already...
Now i feel stupid, it was the dial lol, thanks guys!
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At least you know how to turn your lights on now haha
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At least you know how to turn your lights on now haha
Hahaha yeah that true
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Thanks for the laugh guys! We all have our moments.
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Been there! I never use that dimmer so I forgot it existed. Only took 10 minutes to figure it out...on my 3rd 05+ Mustang :headbang;
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What he said, happened to me too, this is my 1st American car and wasn't used to this
Same thing happened to me on my way back to San Diego from Seattle at Mt. Shasta. Drove that mountain on my Chains (snowing!) with my dome lights on before i pull over and figured it out
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