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Old 02-26-2010, 05:58 PM
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Question dome light is not working!

my dome light recently went out, i was trying to replace it. The bulb is still in perfect condition when i took it off, but i still put the new bulb in it. It's still not working . The door courtesy lights and map lights are all working. The only fuse i know is the interior light fuse on the driver' side foot. Is there another fuse for the dome light? has anybody experienced this issue?
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Old 04-11-2010, 02:35 PM
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I am having the same issue... everything else is working except the dome light... i replaced the lamp even tough it looked fine.... but its not working.... let me know if you got any info...i have an 03 LX v6
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Check your fuse
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Check your fuse
which fuse? i checked the interior light fuse under the kick panel,it was fine. Is there other fuse that is for the dome light?
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Theres a fuse box near the engine bay right on top of the stock intake

I doubt it has anything to with the other one outside. Take the parts out and check the wires and other stuffs.
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Theres a fuse box near the engine bay right on top of the stock intake

I doubt it has anything to with the other one outside. Take the parts out and check the wires and other stuffs.
i checked the fuse box in the engine bay already, there's a fuse called small light fuse, it's fine. I guess there's something wrong with the wiring,
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Mine was doing the same thing. I just took the cover off and opened the doors and turned the lights on then started wiggling the bulb around until it finally lite up
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yea having the same issue my dome lights and my trunk lights dont work
i thought the interior light fuse went out so i swapped it just in case and still doesnt work
any ideas?
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what I do when customers pull up with this issue is remove the lens that has the problem. remove the bulb. and squeeze the two prongs together. insert bulb and test. the light should illuminate. The connection may just be poor.
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idk it feels like im not getting any power on the front ceiling console
i mean... the ambient light + sunroof works
but the power source on the lights seems like they are not giving any power...
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Im having the same problem in my car. I even tested the connections for the bulb holder and it doesn't show any voltage. Also, I checked my fuses and they are fine. If it is a wiring problem, were do I start? Do I just remove the headliner?
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Old 06-22-2010, 04:20 PM
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How about checking the switch to make sure it is not set on OFF.
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i had this same problem on my 2009 Accord. i checked the interior fuse, as well as the fuse under the hood. Both are fine. The bulb looked fine, but on a whim i swapped the bulb with a map light bulb. The bulb ended up being the problem.
It's strange because most bad bulbs are apparent.
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2009 Honda Accord Dome Light Issue

Have same problem... swapped switch and swapped bulb. Cannot identify the fuse. Help
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Old 11-02-2013, 07:33 AM
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I have an LED bulb in mine and mine too goes out for a while then i notice its back on, i just gave up on it lol It works sometimes and doesnt other times.
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