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2005 Corolla Parking Lights won't turn off

Once the lights are on, the only way to turn them off is to disconnect the battery. Is a relay sticking closed? If so, where is it. This car has DRL, but have to manually turn on parking lights.

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Hi the relay is down its situated under the drivers side footwell behind the cover just up to the right u will see which one is faulty ,once u have removed the cover reach up to the relays they our square block type . put ure hand on each one ,one at a time and hold your finger on each relay then get someone to turn the lights on u should be able to feel which one is clicking when u swich on and of on lights then replace the one thats not working

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