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Asked by Sep 29, 2008 at 11:52 PM about the 1997 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my inside lights wont go off with out taking the fuse out know why?

3 Answers

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My guess is that one of the door cutoff switches has popped loose and isn't opening the circuit when you shut the door as it should. Try manually depressing them see if you can get 'em to go off. But that's about as good as I can do without looking at it.

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possible short to power or short to ground/

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this is kinda of a lame answer but i had the same problem too my battery died about 4 times because of it. but my solution was i took all the buttons out of the doors and tailgate except driver and it has't done it since. it you take the switch out it acts as if the door is closed, you could use that as a test and see which one shuts off the light. hope i was some help

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