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post #1 of 7 Old 11-20-2011, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Door ajar and dome lights

I have a 2003 f350 that the dome lights and door ajar lights stays on. I have tried the wd40 which did not work. I them disconnected each door switch and still cannot get the lights to turn off. Does anyone know what else I can try?
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Have you checked the dimmer switch to see if it is turned on? (the one next to the headlights. Make sure it isn't turn all the way up)

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yes it is off
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Ok new reply to old question, but I'm having the same problem. Anybody have any suggestions in this problem?
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Test out all the door switchs. We had one of our fleet trucks come in for the same thing. They are wired in series and if one is bad the rest will go bad. For us the rear pass door was bad and caused the rest to test bad.

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I went through yesterday a few sprays of PBlaster and opening and closing each door a few times did the trick.

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what exactly were you spraying? just the plunger?
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