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That could be the BCM, (body control module) or one of the door switches. The test would have to be done to determine where the problem is.
I can get the test instructions for it and put it in a PDF file, (it is rather large) and send it to your email address for as little as allowed.
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Yes, I am sure. Thanks and good luck with it. I am sure that if I guessed at it, (BCM) you would say the same thing. Have a nice day.
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I do not not charge extra for wiring diagrams, only if it is a large file that requires alot of extra work,
I have seen these door handle switches stick olot on these,
Tests/Procedures:1. Gain access to the Body Control Module (BCM) backprobing at the 32 pin connector.2. With the doors closed, check pins C1, C2, C3, and C4. They should all show 12 volts using a voltmeter.3. If any of those circuits show 0 volts, check the circuit for a short to ground or shorted switch.4. If the inputs check OK, remove the White wire from the 8 pin connector terminal F. If the BCM is holding the lights on, then they should go off. If there is a short in the White wire, the lights will stay on.
we will have to start with this before we go any further