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Parking lights won t turn off

Parking lights won't turn off when car is turned off. How do I get them to turn off?

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    Janice Seymour Mar 26, 2014

    It's a 2004 Chevy Cavalier. After battery ran down and we had it jumped the lights have stayed on only when they are supposed to. Some mentioned something about the CD player which sounded kind of weird but today after getting it jump started we found that the CD player was indeed on and removed the CD. It works correctly now but we still don't know why or how.

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