With out sounding as if I am insulting your intelligence, yet just talking about some similar things that have happened with my vehicle that is the same as yours, but I've found most often they are not nessecarily related.Vehicle electrical problems never have absolute answers, other then maybe for someone who is working on them so much that a pattern developes for them, so they can recognize them quicker.I have experienced both I/P and taillight problems that are not related at all, but yet they are somewhat related through the ground system, and the (BCM) Body control module which is also associated with the day time running lights, which is realted to both systems. If it is anything to do with that module, all is not lost, because there are external connections, relays, and fuses to patiently check out before condemming the module.I've regularily found my I/P lights not working at all, because I have accidentaly changed the position of the I/P dimmer switch while I have turned the courtesy lights on and off, and sometimes I may have just brushed the switch wheel while reaching for the side window heater vent.The override switch in the switch assembly up by the rear veiw mirror, also might do things that you might not think of as well.I've found and corrected GM vehicle's electrical problems for my self and others, since I owned a 1968 GMC half ton thirty five years ago, and many of them have been nothing but grounding problems. like the half ton.It took me four hours of working outside in the Canadian winter to find the trouble with that first vehicle, but now I go straight to checking the ground when ever the tail lights are not working.Most of the times it has paid off, with considerable saving of time and frustration.On that vehicle, I literally cut off each connector and soldered the wires together on every plug connector starting at the front of the vehicle, and I worked back to the tail lights.When I got there I still had no tail lights, but Because I brought my ground with me as I worked to the back of the vehicle my ground problem jumped right at me as soon as I touched that ground to one of the tail light grounds. As I think back to that I think I just touched the metal on one of the tail light assemblies, and that light came on. With that one I took drastic measures and ran a ten gauge wire right straight from the negetive cable at the battery to each tail light.I sold that truck to my brother twenty five years ago, and he still happily drives it on holidays with his family, and every day to work. and he has never changed that, and he has never had any problem with the lights.The worst of it is, often you can't see the bad connection, they seem to get a skin on them that prevents proper connection. A little emery cloth sure brightens up an electrical connection.My most recent was with the tail light and signal lights on a vehicle the same as yours with similar problems, and it was a ground problem on the passenger side tail light of the vehicle.My ground problem not only caused loss of proper taillight and signal light operation, but it was also causing the taillight on the driver side to have erratic operations in response to the signal light operations meant for the passenger side. Note not even the signal light on the driver side, but the tail light bulbs.It was only because I've had several instances of ground problems that I start my troubleshooting with that in mind now.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Remove both tail lights from the vehicle, but leave the wires hooked up.Turn on all the switches that are supposed to make the tail lights work and I often turn on a signal light, and sometimes I will even turn on the hazzard lights to get a preliminary analysis.Go to one of the tail lights. and since none of them are presentally working, it doesn't really matter which one you start with.The first idea is to find out if there is actually power coming to the lights, and in the same instance you will be finding out if the ground is the problem.I use a test light with long wire clipped on to the frame underneath the vehicle, and I back probe the bulb sockets. Don't rely on a ground in the fender until you have checked it out.Since the test light has a bulb, it doesn't matter if you accidentally touch a live wire of one of the bulbs. In fact it is a good idea to deliberately do that anyway.If it is a ground problem, the test light will light, because now you are providing a good ground for it and a power source for it from the tail light bulb socket.The tail light bulb may even dimmly light up as well.If that happens, it is almost sure that you have a ground problem. When I found mine, I simply cleaned all the connections where ever I could get at them.That was about eight thousand kilometers ago and and everthing is still working correctly.
on the auto. buttons are to left of gearlever, lights are on dash next to auto gearbox panel
the CCD bus in the instrument panel is bad
Pontiac Trans Sport was created in 1990.
I'm just making a guess here. There is a instrument panel dimmer switch on the multi-function lever on the left side of the steering wheel. This lever incluces turn signal, head lights, parking lights, hi/low beam, instrument panel dimmer, dome lights, and maybe some other stuff. One you figure out how to activate the dome/courtesy lamps, just back that part of the switch off one click and that is the maximum dashlight level setting.
Probably a blown fuse or bad relay.
#22 is a 20 amp fuse for the instrument panel Power Point in the fuse panel in the drivers end of the dash
No playing an instrument is not considered a sport.
There is no fuse for the odometer on any car. The odometer (digital) is driven off a circuit board that is part of the instrument panel.
snow and sport lights
Music would be counted as an art, not as a sport.
Weight on my Pontiac LeMans Sport registration is 3800
no. trombone is a musical instrument. I have not heard of a trombone sport before
Nissan Maxima SE... the SE means Sport Edition and it will be equipped with white instrument panel gauges, a rear spoiler and aluminum wheels.
Under the instrument panel on the drivers side ( also , the Power Distribution Box which is " live " is in the engine compartment on the drivers side )
I was looking at the owners manual , and in the fuse panel in the drivers end of the dash ( the removable plastic fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open ) fuse # 5 is a 15 amp fuse for I/P ( instrument panel ? ) dimming , park lamps , autolamps , trailer tow
No, its more of a hobby.
According to the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Owner Guide : In the fuse panel IN the drivers side end of the dash : ( # 13 is a 15 amp fuse for the center high mounted stop lamp and the other stop lamps / brake lights )
This is no question.....
Below the instrument panel on the drivers side ( according to the 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac owners manual ) and the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment on the drivers side
Wiring for 91 Pontiac Transport: http://www.auto-olds.ru/PONTIAC%20TRANS%20SPORT%201991.pdf
how do you remove the door panel for a 2003 mitisbushi montero
It's concealed in the roof
Follow the insturctions that will come with the lights.