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Old 01-10-2008, 07:20 PM   #1
minard629
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95 Talon - Headlights don't turn off

Woke up this morning and my headlights were on. The switch is off, but the lights remain on. I pulled the fuses and relays for the headlamps under the hood, nothing. The only thing that shuts them off is disconnecting the battery.

I have heard that it could be the multi-switch (lights, turnsignal) that goes bad. I have a 95 parts car that I pulled the switch from and still nothing. Is it possible that both switches are bad and getting a brand new one is the fix to the problem, looking for some help.

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Old 09-03-2012, 07:13 PM   #2
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Re: 95 Talon - Headlights don't turn off

It's almost definitely the multi-switch, the headlights are still getting power even after they're technically "turned off" because the multi-switch wires are still delivering power to them !!!!
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