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2001 dodge 1500 van, headlights stay on always.

I have a 2001 dodge 1500 tradesman van and the headlights stay on continuously, the high beam indicator in the dash is always on too, any ideas?

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It the multi-function lever (turn signal) . When you pull back the handle ,this turns on the high beams headlights and indicator on the dash.

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