What causes the interior dome lights to stay on constantly?

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Asked by Jul 14, 2015 at 06:00 PM about the 2002 Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have swapped out the headlight switch and the problem persists.  PCM module has recently been replaced and the alternator was recently replaced.  The interior lights started staying on after that.  What could the problem be?

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The switch goes between door off and on is it in the on position

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No, it doesn't matter what position the switch is in, all the inside lights stay on constantly. I had to pull the fuse to get them to go off. But I lose other functionality with the fuse being pulled. For example, no radio.

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hi hope someone can help us I have a very similar issue,,Interior lights come on at night and when driving, dead battery in the am.haven't replaced anything yet but stranded twice these past 2 weeks ..please help if you can it would mean a lot to us

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