camry le 2014 my interior (overhead) lights stay on when doors close. should they not go off?

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Asked by Nov 06, 2014 at 12:13 PM about the 2014 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

camry le 2014

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http://www.toyota.com/owners/web/pages/resources/owners-manuals? Page 293 and Page 501 explains. They say the interior lights can only be manipulated by a dealer. Geez, it's getting worse all the time, can't even adjust interior lights . But here is the good news.the factor default is they WILL stay on 15 seconds. And even if you accidentally turn them manually on, it has a 'battery saver' that will turn them off in 20 minutes

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Thanks fordnut. But here's thing. In other cars I've had the interior lights came on when I opened the door to get in. Once in the car and driving off the lights should go out, but they don't. In this 2014 camry I have to turn them off. Then the next time when I open the door they do not come back on. That's my problem. My question is there some setting I can use to correct the problem.

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According to the owners manual only the dealer can do. If you don't have yours, you can download it from the link above. That's what I meant..getting ridiculous when you have to take it in for that.

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Turn the switch to diff position in the middle try that

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