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04-19-2009, 10:48 AM #1
Dome lights???...03' Suburban
For some reason yesterday after a short drive, I came home and when I opended the door to get out, I noticed none of the dome lights came on. However, the perimeter door lights DID and if I manually turned the dome lights on they would work. I also went around and opened each door to check the door contacts, none turned the lights on...it can't be a fuse since the lights do actually turn on.
I did hear they thing have a Light Control Module, or something to that effect. Any ideas on where this box is located?
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04-19-2009, 10:39 PM #2
If one of the door contacts is faulty is can "appear" open to the system. As you may know, if you leave a door open, the interior lights shut down. Once shut the interior lights resume normal operation. However if you have a faulty door switch the door appears open all the time. Try disconnecting / reconnecting the battery to reset the controller. If the interior lights resume operation you will need to isolate the offending switch.
I don't know the location of the module, but check Autozone's website. They have a component locator that may help.There is no way to happiness....happiness is the way.:yipi:
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04-20-2009, 09:02 AM #3
Just to make sure - is the the dome override button on you light control switch is NOT pressed, right?
I would make sure of that before you go chasing an electrical problem. hope this helps.
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04-20-2009, 09:38 AM #4
i agree with pmf608, make sure you or someone else hasne hit the dome override button as seen here
square #7, the button under the switch
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04-21-2009, 09:39 PM #5
Oh no, the override switch was not pressed.
I did a little more research, thanks to a nice sticky on this forum, and found the module in question is actually called a Body Control Module and it control the door triggers and dome light supervision. As well, I did find a blown fuse that I previously missed, swapped it and got the dome light back functioning. Looks like it's fixed. Hopefully it doesn't keep blowing fuses...thanks for the help guys!
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