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Found that the 12 volt supply coming from the DRL was dead- pin B2. I jumpered B1 to B2 and now my problem is solved with the following observations: 1. when turning the key to off (i.e. shutting off the engine), the high-beam lights and the dash indication will come one for a second or so before extinquishing; 2. DRL still work as advertised; and 3. normal low and high beam operation.

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Q: 92 Aerostar headlight switch when pulled on no dash or parking lights but rear ABS light starts to flash?
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