My teenage son is driving a '95 Avalon and is everything is going well, but the headlights will not turn off when you turn off car and get out. When you disconnect battery and reconnect they don't come back on until you start the car, but again they will not turn off. Any suggestions?

Asked by Dec 22, 2013 at 08:15 PM about the 1995 Toyota Avalon 4 Dr XL Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Does it have a setting on head light switch that will take it off of automatic? Are you sure it has automatic head lights? Also headlight relay could be going bad.

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You might consider leaving them be..and see what happens.....Avalons have a feature that the headlights will remain on for 2 or 3 minutes to allow you to see to get from car to home or garage door, then they will go off. Just a guess. If they don't go off in, say, 3 minutes back to dandyouns excellent answer...mine is a shot in the dark ...no pun intended

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Oh but you the toyota guru. Davidh25 is the one to listen to. Glad you with us this evening davidh25.

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