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Well, the headlight switch would have no connection to the brake and turn signals. But you could have a ground problem somewhere. I would want to trace the circuit from the brake switch to the tail lamps with the headlights on to verify. And does it matter if you are using headlights or just parking lights.
I think your combination switch is malfunctioning. The switches that control both the wipers and the turn signals are built into the combination switch. And the headlight controls too on some cars.
Your car may have a switch that controls the wipers and the turn signals, but not the headlights.
But whether you have the type that controls wipers/turn signals/headlights or just turn signals/wipers Im not sure, you didnt mention the specific year and model. But you should replace the switch that controls your wipers/signals. They are expensive sometimes, especially if you have the combo switch that controls wipers, headlights and turn signals. But you can find one at a slavage yard for a lot less money than new.
But you should put the year/model of your car when you post a problem youre having. That makes it more likely that someone can help.
WELL YEAR AND MODEL TYPE VECHICLE.IF YOU HAVE NEWER VECHICLE HEADLIGHTS STAY ON 1 MINUTE THEN TURN THEMSELVES OFF AFTER TURNING OFF. THAT THE MANUFACTURE FEATURE IF VECHICLE OLDER MODEL YOUR TURN SIGNAL SWITCH OR COMBINATION SWITCH GOING BAD.THAT CONTROLS HEADLIGHTS AND TURN SIGNALS.
Sounds like you have a problem in your headlight switch. As far as them staying on sometimes when you shut the car off are you referring to daytime running lamps or the regular headlights? If it's daytime running lamps that like to stay on and your headlights do not like to turn on then there could be a combination of headlight switch and daytime running lamp relay.
It is possible the relay gets the signal from the headlight switch as well, since they generally turn off when you turn your headlights on.