That would be kinda nice. When we are camping we usually leave the dry food in the back of the truck and just leave the barn doors open. The lights do eventually go out but it takes quite awhile. And, if someone opens another door to get something the wait starts all over again.
In my work truck I just disconnected the door button thingie (technical term).
Have been wondering the same thing. Been at the drive-in backed up with the barn door open, and everyone is wondering when I'm gonna finally decide to turn off all 25 of my lights so they can enjoy the movie. Takes 20 mins to turn off, then one of the kids opens up a door to get their something-or-other and we have just made a bunch more friends with the folks around us who have to be blinded by our lights!
Which fuse controls the interior lights? I don't see it specifically listed on the fuse list of the owner's manual? I too went to the drive in, got all comfortable in the back cargo area only to the damn interior lights stay on...UGH
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