Driver's Dome Light Issue

Driver's Dome Light Issue

Was sitting in my new toy the other day reading the owner's manual and learning how to drive a very fast computer and I used the manual on/off option for the driver's side dome light. It broke! The light still works, but when I push it in to manually turn it on I can feel that it doesn't "click". All the other dome lights work. I suspect that this manual off/on feature is not one that many of us use regularly, but you should check its functionality. I was using it to light the owner's manual during gloaming and turned it off and on 3-4 times. Dunno if the regular use stressed it or it was just bad luck. The outstanding service dept. in San Diego will get it fixed. A minor issue, but one worth looking into. Hope it's not a manufacturing flaw that will become more apparent as more folks use it and a massive fix has to occur. Beat the rush and check it now!

Brian H | 22 novembre 2012

You don't know your own strength.

BYT | 22 novembre 2012

Side note, I noticed my dome lights in the front fade off when clicked while the rear ones turn off immediately. Just an observation.

Brian H | 22 novembre 2012

Huh! An ergonomic refinement, no doubt. Gives the drivers eyes time to adjust. Not so important with passengers!

CDF | 21 novembre 2015

The passenger dome on might is malfunctioning also

buickguy | 21 novembre 2015

Mine all work fine after plenty of manual use. I recommend you include your car's less-than-perfect behavior on your next service visit.

Bruce Williams | 22 novembre 2015

Dome light crisis, lift gate hitting the garage door opener, paint not exactly what I saw on my computer, sensors not showing every pebble you drive past? How can so many people be that neurotic?

This forum, all too often, sounds like Charlie Sheen's support group.

stevenmaifert | 22 novembre 2015

That was the first thing that broke on my MS three years ago. The San Diego SC fixed it, but it took some time as the tech had to disassemble a part of the headliner to get to the switch.