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Are the doors shutting correctly up tight and on the second
catch if not the switch that controls the int light may not
be pushed in far enough and if the central locking takes
a feed from the bulb then that could be the cause.
Or even if the switch it's self is faulty if you look were the
door closes you should see a small plunger type switch
maybe covered by a rubber seal maybe if you stick a little pad
on the door or switch were they make contact see it that
helps, if the switch is ok adjusting the door so it closes
a little tighter may help.
Who would design a vehicle that falls over when you stop?
If you find a fix for your problem please let us know it will help others.
Ralph Nr Fleetwood NW UK.
Currently in Ralph's garage:
Clio 15 DCi 80, Kawasaki W800, Yamaha MT-07, LMS 5MT 3 1/2 inch Gauge.