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Q: Which fuse is for interior light's

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Can't get light's to go off it's saying passenger door open

My car has 109934 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. Although it used to be a very easy way to solve an annoying electrical glitch like this, with today’s advanced and highly complex electrical systems, it is not a good idea to remove a fuse to resolve an issue like this. The fuse that operates the interior lights on many Ford’s are also responsible for other accessory systems and electrical sensors. Normally, the cause of this problem is that the door lock switch is sticking or has failed completely. The door lock switch is located in the door jam, usually near the door latch. When the door lock switch gets stuck, it usually keeps the interior lights on and the door ajar light will be on in the dashboard. This part is easy to replace and is inexpensive as well.

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