Check the fuse for the instruments if not check th bulbs behind the instrument cluster
It is generally a small blue light that illuminates in the dash cluster notifying you that your high beam headlights are on.
Up underneath the dash on the driver's side are the relays for the door lock, wipers, headlamp, horn and flashers. They are together in a single cluster.
Pull out your instrument cluster and check the back of the cluster for any blown bulbs.
The simplest way to disable the DRLs on this vehicle would be to simply press the parking break pedal down JUST a hair. However, you will have to deal with the emergency brake light being on in your cluster panel.
Check the switch.
The flasher is under the dash. Take of the paneling undernieth the dash and there should be a cluster of three electrical devices that are your 4-way flashers and blinkers. The one for your flashers is the one closest to the passenger side door.
You have blown a fuse, look for an acc. fuse out.
May want to check your dimmer switch, too - it could just be in the off position. You could have a shorted relay if it only happens when you turn your headlights on. From the description you gave, it sounds as if the instrument cluster has come unplugged. You may be able to reach up behind the cluster and plug it back in, but usually the cluster has to be removed to access the plug.
The wiper relay is underneath the dash on the driver's side. In the same location are the relays for the horn, headlamp, flashers and door locks. They are in cluster of relays.
Check fuse # 33 - it states headlights , DRL , gauge cluster
Your electrical circuit may be disconnected somewhere.
If you have a digital cluster then you need a new cluster.
The fuse box just above your emergency brake pedal.
There are many conditions that could cause a cluster of blisters on the inner thigh. it is best to get it checked out by a physician. It may be poison ivy or an allergy.
Yes, the noun 'cluster' is a standardized collective noun for:a cluster of antelopesa cluster of beesa cluster of bombsa cluster of computersa cluster of diamondsa cluster of grapesa cluster of grasshoppersa cluster of knotsa cluster of porcupine fisha cluster of spidersa cluster of starsa cluster of things
The noun 'cluster' is a collective noun for:a cluster of antelopesa cluster of beesa cluster of churlsa cluster of computersa cluster of grapesa cluster of grasshoppersa cluster of knotsa cluster of porcupine fisha cluster of spidersa cluster of starsa cluster of things
The noun 'cluster' is a standardized collective noun for:a cluster of antelopesa cluster of beesa cluster of bombsa cluster of computersa cluster of diamondsa cluster of grapesa cluster of grasshoppersa cluster of knotsa cluster of porcupine fisha cluster of spidersa cluster of starsa cluster of things
The multifunction switch that allows you to turn you headlights is broken. The only way to find out is to replace it or take it to a mechanic.
It's a short circuit in the wiring. You'll have to get a multimeter or test light and go over the whole wire for the headlights and check for continuity . If there's a current through it all is what youre checking. Hope it helps .
If the air bag warning light is on in your gauge cluster, that is indicating a fault with your SRS system (airbag system) Get it checked out.
under the arm area is one of the places that we have lymph nodes, if yours are swollen this should be checked out by your doctor. This doesn't mean that it is necessarily representative of a serious health matter, but it definitely should be checked by a health care professional.
It's easy. There are a couple of screws on the underside of the gauge cluster to remove, and then the gauge cluster is loose. The hazard switch can be gently pried ot using a small screwdiver. Very easy.
check your fuse box you probly have some bad fuses or possibly in the wrong places