Thank you for the diagrams
I have confirmed that fuses 2 and 6 are getting power when they are supposed to. The door switches are activating the relay in the fuse box. I pulled the dome light assembly down again and got it on the bench. I checked all the bulbs again including the three 2W mini bulbs for the seat belt flasher. All were good. With the switch on the bench you can see LK, 31, 15, 30, and 30. On the swtich harness you can see 1,2,3,4,5 with nothing in position 6. As I took my photos of everything I noticed the connector for pin #5 was pushed through. I popped the back of the connector off and corrected the issue. I thought "this could be it" but after some tests and confirmed the connector stayed put, no change.
The harness to switch goes as follows: 2 to LK, 4 to 31, 1 to 15, 3 to 30, and 5 to 30
Working on the black harness, using a test light connected directly to the negative battery terminal, #1 has power with the door opened or closed but only with the key on.
I get half power at #2 and can hear a relay click but only with the door closed. If the door is open, no power is at #2. The same result is when the key is on or off.
I get full power at #3 regardless if the door is open or closed or the key is on or off.
No other connectors offer any power with the key on or off or the door is opened or closed.
Moving on to the switch and checking for continuity. With the dome light switch in the ON position, the bulb out, I get tone on the bottom square contact and pin 31. If I put the bulb in, I get tone on both contacts with pin 31. No other pin combinations produces a tone with the bulb contacts. If I contact both of the 30 pins, I get a continuity tone.
Moving to the strobes, with one lead in one of the sockets for the strobe bulbs I get no tone contacting any of the switch pins. I repeated this for both contacts for each bulb, and all switch pins, same result.
This leads me to believe there is an issue with the dome light switch. Thoughts?
With the switch