When I turn the engine off, the highbeam indicator lights up on the dash, and the headlights remain on. I've had a problem with the battery draining if left for several days in the past, which I haven't been able to solve. And now this. I'm sure the behaviour of the headlights staying on is new -- I would have noticed. I think I had this problem with a host of other electrical problems in the past and I believe there was some kind of headlight module which was replaced. Anyone know where it is and whether I can just buy it and try replacing it? Last time I took it in for electrical work it was over $400 and it didn't solve the battery draining problem... Thanks...
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The clutch sensor would not cause the dying problem. If you have dash lights that is not an indication that the battery is ok sine they require almost no voltage to turn on. Try your headlights with the key on and see if the dash light dim. This would indicate a battery/charging system problem. Also note if the battery light comes on when the key is turned on. If the other lights work but the battery light does not it indicates the alternator has a problem. If all the lights work fine check for power at the clutch switch which contacts the cluths pedal arm higher up the pedal. Should have power to and thru the switch when cranking.
After reading your post, I am pretty sure the headlight switch is at fault. What happens when you turn the headlight switch to on and then actuate the high beam switch? If both low and high elements light up, I think that would be the headlight switch itself as the culprit. I don't have access to the wiring diagram you need, as that would answer your question end the guesswork on my part.