I can't turn off the courtesy lights

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Asked by Apr 03, 2007 at 01:19 PM about the 1996 GMC Jimmy 4 Dr SLE 4WD SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Hello dbwhipple-- Your 1996 GMC Jimmy has a problem in the electrical system that controls your courtesy lights. It could be a switch, it could be a wire. A positive diagnosis is impossible with the information you have given me. If you don't consider yourself a good mechanic, have a pro look at it. Electrical problems are easily compounded by sub-standard work. Good luck from Bovan.

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hey my courtesy lights wont come on. how do i get them back on. no fuses are blown. my back hatch also doesnt work. i push the button but no sound is made at all. AND ugh my passenger window doesnt work. all of this worked when i bought my car two months aho. its been so frustrating. any help would be excellent. Thank you taylor

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take your floor mats up in the front on both sides and check the wires that run along the floor.You prob.. have some broken wires.

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