interior light flashes on n off for no apparent reason!

Asked by Aug 01, 2017 at 09:36 AM about the 1997 Buick LeSabre Custom

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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one of the door switches could be THE reason..

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will check all switches even the trunk lid. Thanks for your superior knowledge on GM products,I myself follow the Ford Tech News ..... just this is a comparison. Will get back with a comment after checking... the switches . kw_

It was like living in an with a strobe lite from the 60's ... been there n done that ,,, too long ago to be reminded, but what a flashback Whew! really one of the few leftovers to forget about , ( :

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aah the disco glory days.....

Ha! Just goes to show , when out of my realm , there not visible on the post or door itself not that I could find... Just one of those wish I knew what this has turned into: another can of worms vs. a great movie !For the life of me I had the neighbor look also to see what wasn't there. Back to the problem at hand ... again, this is certainly a peculiar incident has me stumped .

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if they are not at the door jams they could be part of the door latch, in the door , sometimes they look like L shaped spring loaded contraptions..

1,420

..but wait it gets more tricky,, the switch is attached to the door handle, remove door panel window up,

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