Where is the timer for the interior lights located? My lights don't always go off!

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Asked by Oct 30, 2012 at 02:15 PM about the 1994 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Randomly, but more often of late, my interior lights don't go off after exiting the car.  Yes, I checked that the light switch wasn't keeping the lights on.
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Timer is in the bcm do the door switches operate properly?

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I might be wrong on the bcm but I'm almost positive.

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The door switches seem to operate properly but I will double check. What and where is the "bcm?" Sorry for my lack of knowledge. Thanks for your continued help.

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Body control module. Try unplugging the dimmer switch to see what happens. Do you have the warning indicator telling you a door is open?

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There is no warning indicator for a door ajar. I've put the fuse back in an it seems to be going off normally.. the two times I've tested it so far. By dimmer switch I presume you mean the headlight dimmer switch; is that correct? Also, where is the bcm? Sorry I'm not more informed but I do appreciate you help and your patience.

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