Ok, I've never had this happen, and it's probably got a simple answer. I've got a '98 Dodge 2500, was taking a nap after today's plowing when my wife woke me up to tell me that the taillights were still on. That's odd. But I've been having issues with the headlight switch, so I went out and took it all apart thinking that was the cause. It doesn't seem to be, when the switch was totally unplugged the taillights were still on. Everything seems to function normally, except that with the truck off and all the lights in the off position, the taillights are still burning. Anyone heard of this? Got any ideas? They're just gonna burn til this storm is over, but I'm gonna have to figure this out sooner or later. Thanks!