2000 pontiac grand am the lights in side dome wont go out when u shut doors and the two lights wont go out under dash so i took the lights out under dash and the dome turn off by hand looked at the

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Asked by Mar 09, 2014 at 01:31 PM about the Pontiac Grand Am

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i cant find the light off and on switch on grand am 2 door se so i get the dome light and interior lights working with the door have to shut off dome light manually

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Check your dimmer switch. On most vehicles if it's turned to its highest setting the dome lights will remain on. Is your door ajar light also on on the dash? If so spraying a little wd 40 into the latch mech should clean and lube the switch causing it to operate properly. (So some say)

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thanks dandyoun that was it

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