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Has anyone did this mod?

Has anyone did a mod that involves the dome light staying on after the doors are shut and it dimming out after 15-30 seconds?

Just curious...
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I have thought of that and I was talking to my buddie he says thats in the body control module. Any know the for sure answer to that one.
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Ford motor plant did that one for me .
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Will, does yours DIM after a delay, or just go out? I've never seen a Ranger that dims. That would require pulse width modulation or some other dimming method that our Rangers don't have. The dome light is controlled by the GEM in our trucks.
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YEAH!!.... What he said!! :D JEEZ, even I knew that!!!
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Will, does yours DIM after a delay, or just go out? I've never seen a Ranger that dims. That would require pulse width modulation or some other dimming method that our Rangers don't have. The dome light is controlled by the GEM in our trucks.
mine turns off after 30 sec when i close the door.If you know what i'm talkin about.
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30 seconds sounds quick. Mine will turn off after like 5-10 minutes, and mine is wired into a constant power line on the battery saver relay.
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mine works (thank GOD) :D
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mine turns off after 30 sec when i close the door.If you know what i'm talkin about.

same with mine...
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Is that what the newer ones do?
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This might work?
http://www.autospeed.com/shop/category_579/browse.html
Interior Light Delay Kit MKII
Part Number: KC5392
US$14.59
This is about halfway down the page. Sorry. No direct Link.
There is some other unusual stuff there too.
Worth a look!
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