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Headlights come on when switched off

I can have all switches off plus ignition and the front lights will come on.I have isolated the switch but it still happens.Am told it may be a relay problem?? Comments??

Phil.

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  • philrhodes Nov 27, 2008

    any idea of cost for new system?? and how easy/difficult to replace?

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By it self?

if so
sounds right, probably the relay

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