I bought interior LEDs from Superbrightleds too. I went with colored lights so no CANBUS lights available in the color I wanted. I replaced the front 2 dome lights plus the rear dome light. I also added some 7" tubes in the wheel wells for the front and under the front seats for the rear. I tapped them into the power wire for the dim little light that lives down there. It really brightens up the interior. Afterwards, if I closed the doors, the lights would stay on, but if I held the door open and let the lights time out, I could close the door and they would stay out. I took it out for a drive and I ran into an issue with the map lights on the rear view mirror staying on. Even holding the door open and allowing the time out to happen did not turn them off. I had to disco the mirror. The other lights worked as they were supposed to except they no longer timed out.
In an attempt to correct the situation, I rummaged through some old electronics stuff and found a 1K ohm resistor. I opened up the back light and bent the legs across the terminals of the festoon bulb holder and re-installed the bulb and reconnected the rear view mirror. When I closed the doors, the lights went out like they were supposed to. ALL of the lights went out. However, there was no open door time out. So I stepped up the resistor to a 2K ohm (actually measured 1.9 something) and the lights performed normally when the doors closed and with the doors open. I took a little drive around with headlights on and off. I stopped and opened the door and the lights came on and when I closed the door they went out. When I got back and parked, the door timeout is gone, but the lights turn off when the doors are closed as they should. I'm going to step up to a 3k ohm resistor and see where that takes me, but I thought I would share. I will post results when I get a chance to try a 3k. Hope this helps.