why head lights stay on all the time ?

Asked by May 03, 2009 at 01:05 AM about the 1996 Chevrolet Beretta FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

keep turning head lite switch ,but nothing happens?

3 Answers

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try unplugging the switch, if they go out then chances are good its the switch if they stay on then you probably have a problem with the wiring. im assuming ur talking about when u take the key out and walk away and ur not referring to when the koer (key on engine running) those are called daytime running lights. since its obd 2 there is a good chance its got daytime running lights

5

you have daytime running ligts on your car my friend. the light will stay in even if you play with the switch

65

if you pull the e-brake lever up one click it wont engage brakes but the lights won't be on.

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