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97 camry headlights stay on

If i turn the headlights off after i turn the engine off they will stay on all night . if i turn them off before i turn the engine off the go out . normaly u can leave the lights on and opening the drivers door turns the lights off.
the dome light comes on when i open the drivers door and goes out when i close the door .

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Do you have automatic headlights?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    My headlight reminder doesn't turn on when the front door is opened, but it does buzz when the back doors are opened

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More than likely one of these is bad: 1. GAUGE Fuse (I/P J/B No.1)
2. Integration Relay (I/P J/B No.1)
3. Door Courtesy Switch (Driver’s)
4. Wire Harness

BE−14
BE−31

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

  • vince Jul 29, 2012

    did you ever find the answer? what is BE-14 and BE-31

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