Parking lights

Asked by Feb 06, 2017 at 05:07 PM about the 1998 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My parking lights stay on when car is off i
have to unplug my battery evertime i park.
What can the problem be?

10 Answers

85,485

Check to see if it has anything to do with the delay setting. Check the delay setting.

When you say delay settings what do you mean check the fuses?

85,485

When you turn the vehicle off, its how long the headlights would stay on until they turn off.

When you say delay settings what do you mean check the fuses?

85,485

When you turn the vehicle off, its how long the headlights would stay on until they turn off. There is a delay setting by the light switch. Do the lights and park lights turn off at all? After waiting awhile do they turn off?

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No they dont turn off. The dinging noise goes off as if the key is left inside the ignition or door is left open. I have to unplug the battery everywhere i go its crazy

85,485

Try replacing the headlight relay, it may be stuck. I don't know the exact location but it would be in a fuse box either under the hood or inside the car on drivers side under dash area.

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Ok im gonna go try this in a sec.... One more thing dont know if this is helpful but i can turn my car on take the key out and drive also...dont know if thats related but incase im telling you

85,485

I've never run into a problem with that.

got the same problem on my 2004 grand am. replaced relay still makes rapid clicking sound was told can be anything from bad ground wire to computer problem to switch to sensor in ignition switch still working on it but let me know if you find out.

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