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The lights are still on after the stop?

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The lights are still on after the stop?


After the stop, in theory the whole car should be all power cut off, all the electrical equipment in the car should be turned off, this is common sense. However, there are also many new cars, in the parking to cut off the power lock car, the lights will remain on for a period of time, we also know that the "take me home" function, is now a lot of new cars standard.To get more news about car led headlights, you can visit iengniek official website.
The lights are still on after the stop It could be for these reasons.
But there are cases where we will encounter this situation, after the lights do not go out for a long time, or headlights out, but the rear lights do not turn off, even the rear lights have one side still on, what does it mean? Did the car break down?
The first is the normal lights after the lights to stay for a period of time and then turn off the companion i home function. Under normal circumstances, the light delay for the go-home feature will not exceed 5 minutes, and this feature does not depend on the light state before you turn off, but will fix a light mode.
No matter where you are in the light switch before the turn out, the Go Home feature turns off the high beam and daytime running lights by default, only the low beam. And this, depending on the model attributes, there are different definitions. For most Chinese models, the default for the Homecoming feature is to light both headlights at the same time and the tail lights off. For a few Korean cars, not only will the two headlights be lit, but the tail lights will also be lit at the same time.
European-American cars according to the model version will appear a little different, most cars also use the above lighting, but some models will default to light only the right headlights, this situation is mostly the vehicle's companion i home function still uses the European and American version of the software, and most of these two areas are in the right direction of the road in a row of single-family homes, So just light the right-hand light.
What about the cars that only turn on the taillights?
In addition to the accompanying home function, there will be a less common situation, the headlights are normally off, but the tail lights are always on, not turned off, even only one side (mostly near the side of the road) taillights come on, the rest of the car lights off. There are even a number of old-fashioned American cars, there will be tail lights with low brightness continued to light off, parking for how long on the lights.
This is not the case with bad lights, which is also normal, known as night parking lights. Night parking lights were first mandatory in some States, requiring all vehicles to turn on taillights after stopping at night to alert pedestrians or rear vehicles without streetlights.
In this case, therefore, most of the car will only light up a tail light, and is close to the side of the road lights, intended to remind the rear car parking position and the specific body edge. But this light-up strategy is basically only applicable to those with LED taillights.
For older, old-fashioned American cars with halogen light taillights, the solution is to install small, low-power bulbs directly, light them when they are parked, and only use them as parking lights. But this approach to the car battery consumption is significantly much larger than the taillight all-out models, but also greatly increased the risk of aging of the light line. Later, with the United States no longer introduced such parking lights, now the United States of America's new cars, also gradually began to eliminate this design.

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