Yes fitted some Philips ones. Same as dacia use. With lights off they come on when you start the car. When you turn the ignition off they stay on for a few seconds and then switch off. If you have them on,but if you switch light on they turn off straight away.
The control box uses a change in battery volts to determine to switch on or off. When you start the car the battery volt will reduce slightly as you are taking a high load. When you turn the car off it will see a change in battery volts. But this time it will take a bit longer for the cct to determine the rise in the volts across the battery. When you turn the light on the control wire scone cited to the light cct and a change can be seen straight away.
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