Dome light not working door open




Dome light not working door open

Article Navigation:
  • Photo
  • Interior lights won't come on when doors are open
  • Video
  • RELATED PAGES
  • My dome lights work, but the doors when opened will not operate these lights. When I open my front driver side door on my 06 Silverado, my dome light.

    Typical problems with dome lights include burnt-out bulbs and blown fuses. is opened. Flip the switch to "Door," and then open the door to test the dome light.

    Nov 16, Q: When i open my doors the lights do not come on, but do come on when i and if its not working this would indicate that the switch has gone.

    Dome light not working door open

    Dome light not working door open

    That is his problem I just got off the phone with Ralph. You need to check the voltage at the pin of the module to see if it is working. Why wasn't this information helpful? There is probably a problem with the neutral safety switch.

    Dome light not working door open

    Dome light not working door open

    Dome light not working door open

    Dome light not working door open

    Dome light not working door open

    Interior dome light does not turn on when doors open - NASIOC

    Dome and Door Courtesy lights not coming on with front passenger door Sedan. Hello, Opening my front passenger door doesn't trigger the door light or the overhead dome light to come on as they do with every other door. The door panel light was working this morning, but flickered out, and I replaced it with a new bulb didn't work and then tried another bulb didn't work.

    Later I turned on the dome light to the "door" setting, and saw it wasn't coming on with that particular door open either. The dome light obviously works, because the other three doors trigger it - but it seems like whatever makes the side door panel light and the overhead light are connected so that one won't come on if the other isn't functioning - is that correct?

    Dome light not working door open

    Is there a way to test if it is the passenger door jamb switch, or more likely just a loose wire behind the bulb socket I'd been messing with? Any tips would be appreciated. Chances are the switch is bad. Remove the switch and check to see if there is power to it. Then, if there is power, check to see if the power gets through the switch.

    Let me know what you find. I removed the switch and replaced it with one I knew was functioning, but it turns out that switch must be good. It works in the door I swapped it to, but the problem door still doesn't work, with either switch. Check to see if there is power to the switch. Nope; I checked it against the other doors - I register a little under 12v at the other jamb switches and bulb sockets - but neither the jamb or the door light has power on the problem door.

    Dome light not working door open

    Then there is a break before the switch. Are you able to trace the wiring from the switch? The wire runs inside the B? Pillar - the one directly between the doors, and then downward toward the frame. I'm not sure where it goes from there. I own a multimeter; will I need another tool to trace this wire?

    Would it make sense to check another position or two in the car? I am told that other than loose connections or breaks, there is a Multiplex ICU in the fuse box which can be the problem.

    I don't think that would affect only one door. As far as the tester, what you have should work. Trace the wires to see where power is lost. Thanks for all your help. I am not positive that I am performing the trace correctly, but had a tough time searching for the technique. Could you describe or send me a link re: I am using a GE Digital This single wire coming from the door jamb quickly joins a heavy bundle that goes down into the side sill, and then branches into three complex-looking arteries that head left toward the driver door.

    Dome light not working door open

    It appears highly protected. I tried to test for Ohms at that switch and at the light socket - I was able to get results from the functioning doors, but from the problem door neither from the socket or the switch did I register Ohms. According to the wiring diagram, there are only three wires involved in that door's lighting: I am wondering if power to the door switch might actually be dependent on the light socket's connection.

    What you are saying is correct. If power goes directly from the fuse to the socket, you should be able to turn the light on by grounding the neg wire. However, it sounds like there is no power.

    Honda Door & Map Dome Light Fix



    • Подписаться по RSSRSS
    • Поделиться VkontakteVkontakte
    • Поделиться на FacebookFacebook
    • Твитнуть!Twitter

    Leave a Reply

    Return to Top ▲TOP ▲