Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Chevy Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Thanks for the question. I will try to help you with your problem.
On some models, the lamps are programmed to stay on for a certain amount of time after you exit the vehicle.
How long have you let the car sit with the key out, and the lamps still be on.
The car has been turned off for hours, about 4 hours.
On your car, the lights are controlled by a computer, whcih sends a signl to a relay allowing the lights to come on.
Under you hood, there is a relay box on the left rear side. Remove the cover to that box and you will see some fuses and relays. Locate the relay listed as "Low Beam PCB" and remove it for 30 seconds.
If it is not listed, your owners manual will have a detail list of them, and location.
After 30 second, reinstall the relay. Let me know if they stay off after that.
Ok, that process has elminated the low beam relay, sometimes they can stick on.
In the same fuse block, under the hood, there are 2 fuses, listed as BCM 2 and BCM 3.
one is a 30 amp, the other a 40 amp. They are large fuses. Remove them for 30 seconds then reinstall.
Thats true. I did some work for extended warranty companys, make sure your contract covers issues like these so you are not stuck with an unexpected bill. And check your deductable.
I hope I was able to assist you, thanks.