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Day Time Running lights won't go off

Hey I have a 2001 Ranger with a 4.0 ltr and when i turn the ignition off the day time running lights won't go out and it is killing my battery. I have removed the fuse for the day time running lights so they will not be on at all i was wondering if anyone could tell why this my be happening
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I think it's the whole running light module that's gone bad. It happened in my old '97 and I did the same... just removed the fuse. I never bothered to do anything about it but if you're keen to fix it you could wire in a universal running light module or grab one from the junkyard!
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