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Could be one of three things; 1. Check the fuses in the fuse box. 2. If all fuses are OK, check the headlight switch. 3. If this car has 'delay turn off lights' feature, the lighting control module should be checked.
not sure which fuse except to say same fuse as tail lights is one you're looking for. try turning your park lights on and wiggling bulbs back and forth,i suspect a bad ground inside bulb holder. you can wiggle bulb to check that. after you do get it working i suggest you apply some bulb grease to put into bulb socket for no future problems.
you could either have a front marker/signal lamp w/lamp grounded and causing this,remember...when tail lights are on so are your frt parking/marker lights on also..... other than that you could have a feed wire worn thru and grounding out to the frame