Yes if it is raining your headlights should be on for safety so other drivers can see you clearly.
HID headlights refer to high definition headlights. These are headlights that use LED lightbulbs in them so drivers can see clearer and farther ahead in the dark.
check fuses under dash drivers side and under hood drivers side
The fuel filter is located on the drivers
They Can But It will Be Much Harder To Get Drivers Out Of The Way To Catch the Enemie!
under the hood or under the dash board on the drivers side!
Both. People have their car headlights to see what's in front of them, And so that other drivers, and pedestrians, will see them.
I the front of the vehicle, I believe on the drivers side by the headlights.
I have a 2006 Camry - automatic headlights as per below. If I get out of the car through the passenger door (rather than the drivers door; typically because I'm parked too close to something on the drivers door) the lights stay on continuously. Open and shut the driver door to fix. When locking via the remote you'll get more than the normal set of beeps if you've snuck out through the passenger door. Some equipped with automatic headlights. It's very easy check. When you start your car and it's dark around, and the headlights come on automatically then you have automatic headlights. If you they don't come on when it's dark around then you don't have such option.
The 1995 Nissan Montero cigarette lighter fuse will be in the second column, fourth from the bottom, of your fuse box. The fuse box can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard.
No. Either use your regular headlights since they help other drivers see you. Also, slow down.
What you're seeing is not your headlights. They are your Daytime Running Lamps (DRLs'). They are a great safety feature, making you much more visible to other drivers.
Cat's are nocturnal creatures, therefore drivers that drive at night may not be able to clearly see the cat, which means the cats get hit or caught in the car headlights.
The fuse box is under the drivers side dash. Fuse number 6.
i dont know if it the same for all monteros... but mine under the the dash on the drivers side... in the lower left corner..
When the headlights are on or the key is in the ignition.
You can with some vehicles. Consult the drivers manual.
When driving during the day in Florida, your permitted to use headlights if there is rain, smoke or fog. This is to make you more visible to other drivers.
I had a problem with my headlights going off, not the high beams. Replaced the rectangular silver can thingy at the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side. I put a higher rated one in, which is a no no, but it solved the problem of the headlights going out.
Look to the very left side of the console at the drivers side door for the switch
It is a relay (little box) under the hood in the fuse box on the drivers side
On 99+ TL, To have the headlights come on when the drivers door is opened, just leave the headlight switch on when exiting the vehicle. They will automatically turn off within a few minutes. Next time you open the drivers door or hit the unlock button, the headlights will come on.
The voltage regulator should be on the front of the car behind the drivers side headlights and on the wall the radiator is mounted to. Right in front of the drivers side wheel well
There may be other reasons, but my 2005 Odyssey beeps when drivers door is opened, if the headlights were left on BRIGHT the last time they were used.