2002 mustang GT convertible lights on mirror staying on too long

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Asked by Sep 22, 2015 at 09:07 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang Premium Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

am currently scratching my head on this one. When I close, open or use my keypad to lock or unlock the doors my lights on the mirror stay on for a timed 35 minutes. I will tell you this is a salvage car and was just now fixed, I have no idea if something was knocked loose in the crash or what has happened.

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116,575

It's a salvage and there seems to be a short of some sort. My question is that light that important to you? if not just disconnect it and not use it. You will make yourself crazy trying to find the issue..

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just pulled the bulbs and fuse for the lights, I really don't need interior lights, and if i do Ive got a light on my phone but if anyone does have an idea on what and or where the issue is don't hesitate to post it!

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116,575

just remove the elec connection for the mirror light, that's all you need to do...

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