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Left park lights stay on car off

MY LEFT PARK LIGHTS STAY ON WITH THE CAR OFF AND LIGHT SWITCH OFF ON 1993 190E

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190e light switch turned counter clockwise all the way to the left is for left front and rear parking light.turn switch clockwise 1 position and the right parking and tail light will be on,turn 1 more position clockwise and all lights will be off. if lights continue to be on replace light switch

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