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Parking lights on 1994 Buick lesabre

Parking lights will not go out when I shut headlights off. Unhooked battery and leave unhooked overnight when I hook it back up they are off.

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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    now when i hook the battery up it automatically engages the starter and it will not stop til i unhook the battery - what is the problem??

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Could this be a short



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Sounds like a sticking relay... check the relays for either parking lights or headlights.... i believe that model car also has a timer to shut them off after a certain time automatically.


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