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2002 dodge grand caravan. Put key in, all lights

2002 dodge grand caravan. Put key in, all lights on dash stay on, door open, gas, brake, abs light. Taking key out, lights still on for a short period of time

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    No, all the cluster lights stay lit. With the car running, the gas light is still lit ( full tank), the ABS light is on, the brake light is on ( brake is off), etc.

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That's normal so you can see your way out of the car....security system

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