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  1. I have the same problem. I got it with this problem. So I had pulled the fuse the other day and saw it was burnt. I bought some new ones and the first time I plugged the new one in, the lights worked after. I already had the key in but it was not on (it also does not recognize when the drivers side door is on). I can not remember if the lights came on right away when I put the fuse in or if i had to turn the key. They worked just fine while I was doing a few things in the car and then I took the key out and put it back in and the fuse blew instantly. I just checked the vanity mirror real quick
  2. I have a 2004 Cayenne S. I just got it recently, interior lights have never worked. I checked the fuse and it was blown. It calls for a 20 amp fuse but the blown one in it was a 25 amp. I had the key in the ignition if I remember correctly and put the new 20 amp fuse in and everything came on. Side note, I noticed a weird glitch with the light above the rear passenger side door and the switch on the main map reading light. The interior lights had gone off and I turned the back on and the backlight above to passenger side door was very dim. I slid the switch on the overhead console for the main
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