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check the light sensor on top off dash near windshield above glove box for obstruction i have a 2000 Camry with lights on at dusk and dark feature, the lights come on at dusk and you cant shut off the lights unless the engine is off,if that is what you are experincing that is normal if that is not a feature on that car than i need more info hope thatshelpfull
been working on the same issue for a week. fixed it last night after research and trouble shooting. The head lights are controlled by the head light dial/knob on your dash on the left side of your steering wheel. With the knob pushed in, if you shut down your car, the lights should automatically shut off as well. Mine didnt so what I did was i turned off my car, disconnected the positive battery terminal located inside a fist sized red box on the right side of your engine. Then I took off the dash panels to get to the actual connection on the headlight switch/dial/knob. I disconnected it and put it all back together. It fixed the problem.It worked for me, maybe theres an easier or faster way of fixing it but this worked. Good luck.
1. Headlights turn off completely means that the battery terminals need cleaning. Remove cables and clean clamps and posts.
2. Headlights have a noticable dimming means that the starter needs to be replaced.
3. No change in brightness. The headlights stay on, meand the starter solenoid needs replacing.
I had the same problem for months. Finally took it to the dealer. The first time, they diagnosed is as a short in the rear interior bulb, and put in a new bulb. Got it home and still had the same problem.
The second time in, they figured things out. On the dash to the left of the steering wheel is a knob that controls the brightness of the dash lights. But, if this knob is all the way on, it turns on the interior lights and keeps them on. Just had to turn this knob down, and the problem was solved!
do you mean the running lights on your car like the parking lights when the headlights are off? look at your knob for turning on your lights and see if they are turned all the way off. some cars have knobs that have another knob that surrounds it and is part of the entire light switch and if you don't turn off that particular other knob along with the entire light switch your lights stay on. I don't know what else to tell you other than, dealer.