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Lights remain on when parked?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by devilchef1981, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. devilchef1981

    devilchef1981 New Member

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    I parked up by work today, kerbside, locked up the car and went into work. It was 4 hours later when i returned to the car when i noticed the n/s/r taillight was still on and both sidelights?

    Also I will add that the "coming home" switch or whatever its called was off, if that makes a difference

    Any idea why? :think:
     
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    Did you leave the indicator on? Might be parking lights.
     
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    Dodgy headlamp switch?

    Surely there would be an alarm buzzer if park lights were on?

    Doesn't sound good. Is it still doing it?
     
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    Was it dark ?

    Indicator switch left on when parked up, which puts whichever side light on.
     
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    I may have left the indicator on, ill give it a try later. Thinking about it, it doesn't do it every time I park kerbside so this may be the answer. I have a car park space where i live and that's next to a kerb but its never done it there. It wasn't dark either. I have auto sensing lights which I leave in auto most of the time. I switched it to "off" but they were still on. I'll update later...
     

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