I guess switch is next up to replace.
Yes you are just guessing.
I have the twilight sentinel
The diagrams in the 94 FSM seem to show that the twilight sentinel can turn on the park lamps independently of the head light switch. (the switch and relay are in parallel)
I've never heard of these switches failing this way. But I guess it's possible. That's why I wanted to eliminate other variables
So if the headlight switch AND the twilight sentinel do not turn on the park lights there is a VERY low probability replacing the headlight switch and twilight sentinel controls will help.
Let's get some details clarified here because I can't read minds nor do I have your car:
"Noise" as in the "ding ding ding"? (note: this only dings with the key off)
"Noise" in your context could also mean the switch clicks. Just making sure.
Is the switch only in first click -- "P" position?
Are the dash lights on?
And NONE of the outside lamps are on?
People are taking the time to try and help you and you do not seem to care enough to answer simple but important questions.
If you do not have park lights(front and rear separately fused), no dash lights, and no cornering lights:
There are two high probability solutions. You have a blown ext LPS fuse or a bad wire or connection. This is easily tested.
What is a low probability is both the park switch and the twilight sentinel controls have both failed at the same time.
If all the lights have failed(dash, cornering and park) AND twilight sentinel and headlight switch do not work it may be a wiring fault or fuse.