They are daytime running lights. They are always on so people can always see you. Its a safety thing. Newer trucks have specific daytime running lights.
I would check the running lights for one with a short. I had the same sort of thing with my trailer and I spent way to much time troubleshooting the brake and signal wires. Turns out a running light bulb connector was grounding out on the trailer and messing it all up.
I have run into the same thing with this kind of car. On the steering column at the top they have a switch that will turn the running lights on or turn them off. check the switch you may have hit it and turn it on.
The next thing to check is the switch that activates the brake lights. It is probably on the master cylinder.
The first thing I'd do is check the fuse. If the fuse is good the you might have a short in a wire somewhere.
an interresting thing about a lepard gecko is before the mate with the female they stick there tail in the air and flicker it then put it in the sand and flicker it.
The only thing that will work with key OFF is the brake lights,head lights and emergency flashers. Dome light will also work.
have your day time running light module checked the same thing happened on my car
In this star their are people like you who do the reversing thing as you. They speak backwards sing backwards and basically live their life backwards and it is how it is for them in Mirach.
No such thing, lol
My '93 Sport does the same thing periodically. This may be a cool safety feature Jeep uses to indicate your brake lights are not working. If this is the case it is as simple as replacing fuse or bulbs. if your lights flicker on and off i wouldheck for a short in your electricle systm or if they went out and stayed out i would start by checking the fuses in your fuse box.hope this helps.