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2001 toyota corolla parking lights stay on

The parking lights stay on after my 2001 corolla is shut off, pls help with ideas

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  • ksuaviator08 Dec 18, 2008

    I've got a 2006 Corolla with a remote start hooked up. All the fuses are ok and the tail lamp relay (controls the tail lights, parking lights, instrument cluster lights) is ok because i replaced it with an identical relay. I've also tryed clearing the memory in the ecu by disconnecting the battery and pushing on the brake pedal. Parking and tail lights only stay on if you manually turn the parking or headlights on. Any help would be greatly appreciated because the only way to turn the parking/tail/instrument cluster lights off once they're on is to disconnect the battery.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    parked car, engine off beeps 3 times every 2 minutes

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    car is parked, engine off, beeps 3 times every two minutes

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    engine is off, car is parked, beeps 3 times every two minutes

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DRL module likely burned out. Just left of glove box latch hidden. Clean your battery terminals. I hacked my burned one with a single jumper wire from the only constant hot power input (greenish if I remember right, third pin over from one side) to its closest neighbor connection on the board (or the big solder ground anchor blobs) and pulled the high beam light bulb because that then stays on. Lights are now off, system finally hacked OK except for no high beam indicator. (Hi beams, lights all still work by the switch.) I haven't checked if lights are on automatically during the day yet.

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Most likely a bad headlamp switch, UNLESS you have a remote starter hooked up. Corollas with a body computer really do not like remote starters, they cause really bizaare things to happen.

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