try hitting under your steeing column where your key for your ignition goes in and see if anylights flicker or change with key in on position, if they do, then i would suspect ignitoin switch faulty. recommend remove and replace igntion switch. good luck.
You have a flat battery.
The battery is dead, or the battery terminals are loose.
May have to be turned off manually Auto sensor bad
No, not unless the ignition is turned on.
Dead battery or bad battery cable connection if none of your lights work or if the drivers door is open with the ignition key in the cylinder and you don't hear the warning chime
Well the most obvious and dangerous way of doing this is by disconnecting your battery cables and then connecting them again once the fog lights have turned off.
Check the battery. Turn headlights on - they will come on with or without the key if it has power from the battery. If lights do not come on, the battery is dead (try jump-starting) or there is a bad connection (loose cable), or a short in the electrical system. If headlights come on, but dashboard lights do not light up - check the ignition (cylinder / switch)
It's possible that you have a bad ignition switch. Normally, those lights won't turn on unless the ignition is turned to the "Run" position. A bad switch may be allowing current to flow through one or more contacts when it's not supposed to.
Defective ignition switch, or bad starter.
Headlights run off the battery not the ignition...
Seized engine? Dead battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral safety switch? Bad Ignition switch?
Alternator straining to maintain battery charge?
If you leave the indicators on when the ignition is off the sidelights or parking lights will be turned on. Just an alternative to leaving all the parking lights on in order to save battery use. Eg if you are parked in a poorly lit area for a while.
The voltage reg is sticking and will run down the battery.
Because the bulb is burned out.
Check all your grounds. Battery to block and your headlight sockets.
battery is shot?
Answer: Most likely battery (you probably surmised this already), however, it could also be a faulty ignition switch or poor connection at the starter or starter module/relay. When the key is turned, do the instrument cluster warning lights come on (& dim slightly)? If so, its not the battery.
I may be having the same problem. I replaced the battery. The interior lights, siren, horn, radio all work, but the car will not turn-over when the ignition is turned. I am really interested in how to unlock the vehicle.
Let's say you park your car outside at night and not in a garage. The AUTOMATIC lights will stay on long enough to light the area up and give you time to get inside. They will then go off. Lights in a car without auto lights are designed to be turned on without the ignition being on for safety reasons. If you are driving along at night and your ignition fails you lights will still be on. Also lights draw too much amperage to be routed through the ignition switch.Let's say you park your car outside at night and not in a garage. The AUTOMATIC lights will stay on long enough to light the area up and give you time to get inside. They will then go off. Lights in a car without auto lights are designed to be turned on without the ignition being on for safety reasons. If you are driving along at night and your ignition fails you lights will still be on. Also lights draw too much amperage to be routed through the ignition switch.
Bulbs blown/Brake lamp switch inoperative
A person will have no power to the ignition when the key is turned over when the battery is dead or the ignition switch is defective. Each component must be tested to rule them out as a problem.
check the battery and connections/cables
This sounds like your battery.