Wow - key off and in pocket.....sounds like it is a relay that is stuck
Okay.........I have attached the wiring diagram as you requested. I had to do it several parts so you could see it. So you will probably have to print and tape together. You will have to do this with a few....I have overlapped for ease of putting together.
I know you said the relay is good...I would still swap it with another like one to see if that made a difference.....you may already have though.
I am giving you the diagram for headlamp without DRLs.
Also, you said you ground the wire and the lights came on.....I have attached info on the lamps and it says it is grounded either by a wire or by the socket......so you might check to ensure the socket is properly in place, not corroded etc just in case it is grounded through it also. The problem with fog lamps is they are low and pick up rocks and trash and can be knocked around.
I have attached some other info for you......I hope this helps......
It may be the switch..........as you said.
The courtesy lights are controlled by the CTM. The door switches are inputs to the CTM and the courtesy lights are outputs. The glove box lamp and the ash receiver lamp (if equipped) are not controlled by the CTM, They are hardwired to individual switches and fuses. The ignition key halo lamp is controlled by the CTM and will remain ON for thirty seconds after the door is closed.
The highline CTM also provides for illuminated entry option. If the CTM detects an unlock signal from the RKE transmitter, a door disarm switch input or the door jamb switch input, the interior courtesy lights will be turned ON. The illuminated entry function is canceled if the CTM senses and ignition "ON" condition or the "lock" command from a valid key fob.
If a door is left open or the dome lamp switch is left in the "ON" position for more than fifteen minutes , the CTM will extinguish the lamps to avoid discharging the battery. If the lamps are turned ON by rotation of the headlamp panel dimmer switch, the CTM will not be able to turn them OFF.
Friday, January 2nd, 2009 AT 10:03 PM