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Old 17 May 2008, 10:53 pm
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Default Interior light popped on.

Hmmm....just returned home this evening in the wifes car and as we were pulling into the driveway the interior lights in my 01 Cruiser came and then dimmed back off as the lights of her car swept over it. We tried it again to see if anything triggered it, but nothing. Very curious. This happened last week in the early morning as I was walking out to the car. I found the interior lights had just popped on. What the heck is the deal? The car is a limited with the RKEM that I have been thinking is bad (had chattering locks until I removed fuse 3). I called dealer he thought more of the theft shutdown collar around the steering wheel? A short in a lock switch wouldn't kick on lights would it? Strange things man...help me out.
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Old 18 May 2008, 10:26 am
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Default Re: Interior light popped on.

Perhaps it is aliens or maybe gremlins? If there is a short in that lock switch and it is enough to move the door to where the door thinks its open (which doesn't take much on mine) that could be it... But I have never messed with that on mine, so I can'tbe sure.
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