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I just got a 1999 dodge caravan and headlights stay on all the time

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  • ksscar Oct 03, 2008

    since yesterday the lights stay on all the time with the little blue high beam light illuminated, battery gets real dead.

    1995 grand caravan


  • Anonymous Oct 15, 2008

    My 98 dodge dakota started doing the same thing yesterday. I found a plug running from the lights to a black box under the hood that I unplugged. I assume it was daytime running lights and now everything works as it should. Still gonna take it into a mechanic.

  • 100wildone Oct 22, 2008

    the above was not my problem mine was a bad light relay it was stuck togeter

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I have 1998 Caravan and it had the same problem. The light switch on the dash was bad, replacing it took care of the prolem.

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