Neither - it sounds like a feature. Next time they stay on, wait 1-2
minutes, and I bet they go out by themselves. If you turn off the engine,
and then the lights, the lights stay on to illuminate your path for a bit
(say, walking from your driveway to your house). If you don't want this to
happen, turn off the lights first, then the engine.
Suddenly, without warning, Fred Mayfield exclaimed (30-May-07 12:38 PM):
Might be a feature. If you turn the ignition off while the lights are
on, they'll stay on when you turn them off. Turn the ignition on and
off, and the lights go off.
(I know, I'm forever forgetting to turn the lights off FIRST)
If you turn the lights off before turning off the ignition, they'll go
Is this what's happening, or are the lights staying on when you turn
them off BEFORE turning the ignition off.
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