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1999 jeep cherokee

Head lites stay on when egni is off

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My 89 Cherokee Laredo has the "feature" that if the lights are on when you turn off the ignition and remove the key and then turn the light switch off, the lights will stay on for a few minutes and then turn off. (So you can see your way to wherever.)

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Your daytime running light module is burned out. Unplug or replace it. Usually its located near/ behind the passenger side headlight.

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