I replaced my interior lights with LEDs and put led strip lights under my side mirror so I can see outside of the car at night.

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Asked by Jun 25, 2016 at 12:39 AM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

One of the interior lights and the outside ones stay
on but are really dim and flash with my security
light. I disconnect the outside ones and the
problem goes away. What could this be?

5 Answers

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Also if I take the interior light fuse out the one light on the inside and the 2 led strips still do the same thing.

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Ur connected to the armed feed wire to the cars anti theft Go off the acc positive 12+volt feed to a switch to ur accessorys ground to frame not bat n it went back feed n shold free up ur circuit problem

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U have a short In that circuit start at powesourse check for shorts. Wires touching. Then while fuse is out check voltage put n fuse if no volt drop u on wrong fuse or ur on off switch is shorted to power on position or power wire shorting to sourse

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The thing is with the outside lights there are hooked up to my old light wires where the old interior under the dash were

325

I pulled the fuse out and hooked up a digital volt meter and was getting around 1.7 volts to the lights that run off the security

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