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Old 07-31-2010, 08:44 PM
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Default Interior Lights Stay On With All Doors Closed '07 CR-V

Interior Lights Stay On With All Doors Closed March 2007 Honda Service News

Currently Applies To: ’06–07 Civics and ’07 CR-Vs


A bad multiplex integrated control unit (MICU) in the driver’s under-dash fuse/relay box can cause the interior lights to stay on when:

• The ceiling light switch is in the “door activated” (center position). (In models with a moonroof, it’s in the DOOR position.)

• All the doors are closed.

• The ignition switch is turned to ON (II). When you slide the ceiling light switch to OFF, the interior lights go out. To fix this problem, replace the
MICU.

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That is from page 5 of the Honda Service News, March 2007.

http://techinfo.honda.com/Rjanisis/pubs/SN/a070300.PDF

Text of article:

Interior Lights Stay On With
All Doors Closed


Currently Applies To: ’06–07 Civics and ’07 CR-Vs

A bad multiplex integrated control unit (MICU) in the
driver’s under-dash fuse/relay box can cause the
interior lights to stay on when:
• The ceiling light switch is in the “door activated”
(center position). (In models with a moonroof, it’s
in the DOOR position.)
• All the doors are closed.
• The ignition switch is turned to ON (II).
When you slide the ceiling light switch to OFF, the
interior lights go out. To fix this problem, replace the
MICU.
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