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Hyundai lantra sedan car battery problem

Help - my parking lights will not turn off - and I just don't want a flat battery in the morning - have checked inside and everything seems right and off - what else should I check for please. Thank you in advance for your help.

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    would appreciate all the help I can get !! Thank you

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Maybe day light module broken look for day light module fuse or the module itself disconnect light should go off module on the side fender square box 3x2 imch with 5 or so wire connect to it good luck cheers

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