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My park lights won't shut off.

I've tried everything, headlight switch, fuses, relays, flasher. Had to take the cable off the battery. Anyone have a solution???

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I would think that you may have a body controller issue

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I am not much of a mechanic any more ,but I do have some experince with electronics and for any circuit to operate battery has to flow to ground.Direct battery to ground will blow a fuse or melt your wiring if the fuse does not blow.If your parking lights stay on all the time then there is a complete path from battery to grd through the lights,and it sounds as though what ever is causing the problem on the parking lights is killing the path to your lamps relay.A wiring diagram may be available on the internt or library.Good luck.

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