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Sometimes my rear passenger courtesy lights will not turn off by them selves, and i cannot find a switch to turn them off. It is only when the truck is turned off that they eventually go off, but only after about 15 min, not when the other interior lights slow dim to off.

i have sat in the back seat with the truck off and tried the switch on the lights but the light remain on.

Ive read the manual and there is no mention of other switches to control the interior lights other then at the light and in the overhead console.

anyone else have this or know what it is i am missing?

Thanks.
 

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Sometimes my rear passenger courtesy lights will not turn off by them selves, and i cannot find a switch to turn them off. It is only when the truck is turned off that they eventually go off, but only after about 15 min, not when the other interior lights slow dim to off.

i have sat in the back seat with the truck off and tried the switch on the lights but the light remain on.

Ive read the manual and there is no mention of other switches to control the interior lights other then at the light and in the overhead console.

anyone else have this or know what it is i am missing?

Thanks.

I have the Same issue. Did you find a fix?
 

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Sometimes my rear passenger courtesy lights will not turn off by them selves, and i cannot find a switch to turn them off. It is only when the truck is turned off that they eventually go off, but only after about 15 min, not when the other interior lights slow dim to off.

i have sat in the back seat with the truck off and tried the switch on the lights but the light remain on.

Ive read the manual and there is no mention of other switches to control the interior lights other then at the light and in the overhead console.

anyone else have this or know what it is i am missing?

Thanks.
So any luck? Got same issue with 2020 xl work truck
 

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I have had a similar issue with the doors on a Ford Explorer.

Liberal application of WD-40 to the door latch mechanism followed by opening and closing the door several times solved the problem.
 
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