Honda CR-V: Ceiling Light

The ceiling light has a three-position

The ceiling light has a three-position switch: ON, Door Activated, and OFF. In the Door Activated (center) position, the light comes on when you:

Open any door.

Unlock the doors and the tailgate with the key or remote transmitter.

After all doors and the tailgate are closed tightly, the light fades out in about 30 seconds.

The ceiling light (with the switch in the center position) comes on when you remove the key from the ignition switch. If you do not open a door and the tailgate, the light fades out in about 30 seconds.

If you leave any door or the tailgate open without the key in the ignition switch, the ceiling light goes off after 3 minutes.

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