I just went and double checked. The "DOOR" position is not the middle one it is the opposite end one. Be that as it may it doesn't work in either position other than "ON". grrr!!kbox said:there are three settings on the switch. Make sure yours is set to the middle one.
Then report back to us.
Interesting. Which seat ? Where exactly is the switch located ?WIWhite87 said:You've got a corroded wire leading to the switch. yes, it's common.
You'll need to remove the lower side panel behind the seat. Unplug the single wire switch. Take off the rubber cap over the switch. Be careful since this is probably getting a bit dry and brittle. Take a socket (I forget the size offhand) and remove the switch. There isn't a lot to grip onto, so try not to round it off. You'llikely find pretty massive corrosion and maybe disconnection right near where the wire is crimped onto the switch assembly. SPlice in new wire.
If grounds to the chassis, so if you try it out before final install, you'll have to figure out a way to ground it.
Mine did this for a while and eventually quit. When I tore apart my car, i found the cause. When i rebuilt my chassis, I got them to work again. Good luck.
Nope, I checked the switch this morning and it only has one wire coming out of it. So it must be something else since like I said earlier the light by the ignition switch does work as does the door buzzer.daniel_gabriel said:It's possible the switch has more than one wire attached to it, and only one of them corroded - the one that switchs on the dome light.
I finally figured it out and fixed it!!!!mikeym said:if anyone beats this i have the same problem too