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Old 05-05-2013, 08:16 PM   #1
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95 yj which fuse for door lights?

Had to pull the doors on the 95 yj and disconnect the battery because of the door lights.

Anyone know which fuse to kill the door lights and does that fuse effect anything else?

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Why not just disconnect the door light switch, a lot easier than pulling a fuse that could be powering other things.

Personally I keep my door light switches unplugged year round.

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Why not just disconnect the door light switch, a lot easier than pulling a fuse that could be powering other things.

Personally I keep my door light switches unplugged year round.
Pardon the silly question but where do you unplug them?
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Pardon the silly question but where do you unplug them?
Right at the door jam. You will see a little back button that the door pushes in when it shuts there areb2 plugs connected to the back of that switch. One for the lights and one for the buzzer. Just pull them off the little clips
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Can someone take a picture of the door switch connectors. My switchs are completely gone and I don't know which connectors go there.
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Can someone take a picture of the door switch connectors. My switchs are completely gone and I don't know which connectors go there.
Hope that helps
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