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Daytime running lights won't shut off

Got a problem with the DRL's - the key isn't even in the ignition & they won't turn off. I need to find the daytime running light module so that I don't have to take the cables off the batteries every time I shut down....

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  • Anonymous Oct 06, 2008

    Same problem, and I don't see an answers posted yet. Running lights won't shut off.

  • llegros Oct 17, 2008

    also my "idiot light" for my highbeams stays on as well. 1998 dodge neon.

  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2008

    I just thought my car was crazy! apperently there are more then one of us.

  • xtremesoccer Apr 17, 2009

    I went to get into my '98 dodge neon last night and the lights were on. I noticed on the dashboard that the highbeam light was lit up and I was unable to turn the lights off while the car was shut off. Just wondering if this is something I can fix on my own? I am starting to think the car has a mind of its own. I've had to pull the fuse out when I got home so the lights would go off! I don't want to have to do this everytime but I just put alot of money into the car and don't really want another expense! Thanks!

  • dmkv323 Apr 30, 2009

    I have the same problem. Had to take the fuse out to disconect the lights. However, the fuse is located under the hood by the battery. In order to drive the car at night I need to put it in, then try to take it out in the dark! Sucks, any other ideas?

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    drl stay on any time battery connected

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It's reported to be mounted on the instrument panel support frame (remove ashtray for access)

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