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It could be your key is bent or the ignition switch is not turned all the way off to the right. Having too much keys on the keychain can cause this problem. Turning on the alarm will assist you in case you leave the car and the radio is still on. The alarm will go on, that way you don't come out to a dead car battery. Hope it works out for you
I would try disconnecting the battery for five minutes like resetting a computer. Replace the battery in key fob. Body computer does strange things with lights hope it doesn't need to be replaced about 350 dollars if you have it replaced and any thing else doesn't work after they replace it tell them. I had two of them replaced for me because they are rebuilt
What year is this vehicle? It might have an ambient light sensor that has failed if it's 90's+,but older it's most likely the dimmer switch. If it's early 80's you should be able to replace it w/o having to removed the dash,just small panel cover nearby.