Are the brake light bulbs the little ones?
If you are referring to the right and left ones, pull the carpeting away and you will find like 4 nuts that you remove and the whole assembly comes out to change the bulb or bulbs. The 3rd brake light in the rear window has two bulbs which you get to from the trunk. If you are referring to the right and left ones, pull the carpeting away and you will find like 4 nuts… Read More
LED light bulbs normally don't get hot unlike the incandescent ones. Read More
Your top brake light works but your bottom 2 dont checked all the bulbs and fuses There fine What could it be?
Check turn signal switch. Pull back lighty on turn signal lever and brake lights will come on. Replace switch inside steering column. The green and yellow wires you see at the bulbs are the ones that control the brake lights and turn signals. Read More
Wiring or bad bulbs Read More
Plants do not always need sun light to give it the energy it needs, there are lots of special light bulbs that you can but in lots of gardening shops, they usually come with the whole flower itself in a little packet thingy. So yeah, it can live on light bulbs but on special ones Read More
Using correct bulbs? Read More
Yes, on an attritional basis, as the old ones burn out- Read More
The ones that use more power (watts). The worst type for producing heat is incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs. Read More
Which ones? If it is the 3rd break light on top center of the vehicle. There are 3 Phillip screws take them out and replace bulbs and re-install... If it is the rear two break lights. Then open rear door hatch. There are 2 or 3 screws on the light housing remove them pull housing away from the vehicle. Replace light bulbs and replace housing to the vehicle. Read More
If you're asking about the ones at the corner, the whole housing comes out to get to the bulbs. Just pull back the carpet lining, and you should see a few nuts that hold the housing in place. If you're referring to the high mounted brake light in the rear window, that should be accessible from the trunk. Read More
What if your top brake light works and the bottom ones don't and bulbs are good on a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport?
I have found that the taillights on that model jeep are very finicky. You will need to prop up the prongs on the light assembly without breaking it. At that point you should get a connection. Read More
compact flourescent light bulbs (cfl) the swirly ones Read More
In recent years, the light bulb started to change when the newer CFL bulbs came out. The newer bulbs were energy efficient and people were urged to change older incandescent bulbs to the newer ones. Read More
For the back side one you have to go into the trunk compartment and there you will need to unscrew the 4 10mm nuts that holds up the whole turn/brake light and then you will have access to the bulbs. For the front ones you have a little cover in the front of the turn sign, carefully lift it up to remove it and then you ll have access to the screw, unscrew it and… Read More
the two top ones. Read More
You can buy the fluorescent light bulbs or tubes. They are the white ones. They use less energy that the yellow bulbs. Read More
It is very easy to do. Open up the rear hatch and look for the opening throught the cloth line nearest the brake light. Once you open that are up then you will see two bolts with washer on them. Get a pair of plyers and take off the washers. Now on the outside pull the enitre brake light out, but becareful of the wires so don't pull too hard. On the back of the… Read More
Your 1995 cadillac devilles tail lights have 3 blown lights but when you push on the brake pedal the blown ones turn on and the good ones turn off what could be the problem?
the bulbs have 2 fillaments in them. one for brake, one for turn. souds like you just need to put in new bulbs. always best to try cheapest stuff first anyway. Read More
small ones are 24 the large are 194 Read More
Why does the brake light on the cab of your 2003 Chevy truck work but the two main brake lights do not even after you checked bulbs and fuses?
there is a brake switch under the brake pedal that is probably bad. Call an auto parts store to find out how much they cost. I had a 98 Pontiac Montana that did the same thing, the center brake light at the top worked but the two main ones didn't. I paid maybe 7.00 for the part and it took about five minytes to change, I am a woman who knows nothing about vehicles and… Read More
Remove housing by unscrewing the screw on inside of tailgate and pull housing off. Unplug wires and unscrew black bulb casing from front housing. Pull bulbs out and install new ones. Then put back together. I suggest removing housing and getting bulbs out before buying new bulbs, as there are 4 different types of bulbs used on that year model truck. Read More
Does it have a third break light? Check all the bulbs in you break lights that they are the right ones in the right socket. They may look the same but the slightest difference in bulbs being put in the wrong place with cause what you are experiencing. Also, check you fuses. Read More
more then one light bulb in it open and replace the burn ones. Read More
LED car light bulbs are bought from any autoshop or retailer that has car parts. They can be installed for you at some simple pricing rates. They are great lights instead of traditional ones. Read More
Incandescent bulbs or if you prefer, plain old fashioned light bulbs, the ones with a filament (the bit of wire inside) that gets very hot and gives off light. They tend to give off a bit more at the red end of the spectrum, particularly the lower power ones but they do give off all the colours. Some run the filament at a sufficiently high temperature to give a pretty balanced white light. Most of… Read More
Unscrew the screws surrounding the light bar, take the old bulbs to the parts store get the correct ones, even a little different is a bad idea, these are high intensity bulbs and will cost $5-$8. Don't be tempted to use a #194 bulb which also fits the socket. Push bulb in place taking care not to touch the glass, screw back into place. Read More
The main one I can think of is flourescent light bulbs. The long tube ones. The electricity in the light cause the phosphorus to glow producing light. Read More
there is a number of things that could cause this. here are a few easy ones to check. is the e-brake fully disengaged. are the bulbs burnt out. is the wiring harness plugged into the daytime lights bulbs and in good condition. if these check out, you may have a fault in the daytime running light module. Read More
Assuming you're talking about the ones with coiled tubes, they're called "compact fluorescent". Read More
Light bulbs come inmany different watts: 45 and 60 ar common, though. The small night light bulbs, the ones that have the E12 Candelabra Base are rated at either 4 or 9 Watts. Read More
Depends. If theyre the cheap ones on ebay then a little bit. If you pay the 100$ for HID then absolutly blue Read More
well about 85 in my house rite now not including the ones in boxes!! eLeCtRiCiTy!! Read More
Does any company make ultra-violet dome light bulbs for vehicles The ones that make white objects glow?
There are literally dozens of UV light manufacturers on the internet that make lights that are powered by 12v DC. Just search for "Ultraviolet light, 12v". Many bulbs can be engineered to fit in a dome light of a vehicle. Read More
the circle ones that are going out known as heat bulbs because the filament inside heats up and only 30% of the energy is light the other is heat the long skinny one have gas that changed into plasma i believe and the plasma glows not making much heat so you can take it out not like the heat bulbs. Read More
burnt out tail lights Read More
With Thomas Alva Edison's invention of the light bulb, the elements were constructed of Carbon. Newer light bulbs are constructed of Tungsten, which takes much longer to bend into a coil within a coil within a coil, but shines much brighter and lasts for thousands of hours. Read More
On your 1991 Ford F150 the left turn signal and brake light work but the right ones do not you already tried new bulbs so what could be wrong?
If you are refering to the rear, check the ground wire behind tail light. Also check your flasher, bad one will let one side work and not the other. If these dont work, get a test light and check for power. Starting with tail light and work towards turnsignal switch. Read More
Black ones. Read More
The light bulbs for just about all the instrumentation, dash, radio, heater controls and door switches are hard wires to their respective circuit boards. You can go to Radio Shack and get a 272-1154 bulb ($1.50). It take a little doing to get at these bulbs, but they can be removed and new ones installed by some one who can solder. The alternative, is replacing the entire component. A instrument cluster is very expensive. Rusty. Read More
were your plates are at if you look under were the caps that shield the light bulbs there should be like two tabs that you sort of pinch together and then pull down were the shield caps should remove entirely and then unplug old bulbs and plug the new ones in and again pinch two tabs together when you cover bulbs again Read More
The brake fluid level may be low in the reservoir. If the reservoir is low it's telling you the brake pads are worn down. As the brake linings wear down the fluid level drops and eventually turns on the brake light. Have a mechanic check your brakes soon. See "Related Questions" below in case the brake light in question is/are the ones in the taillights. Not uncommon for Windstar brake lights to turn themselves on. Read More
If you are doing the ones not on the hatch, then u take off the panels that are on the side of the wagon area and then theres another piece of black paneling that snaps off under than, then the light are right under there. on the hatch, theres little access door u gotta pop off and the lights are there... to get the bulbs out from there, push in and turn counter clockwise Read More
Your tail lights are not working but brake lights turn signals parking lights emergency all work in rear you checked fuses but not sure if correct ones since labeled Head. None labeled tail. Help?
Check bulbs Tailights are usually common to the parking and dash light circuit Read More
How do you fix a 1990 Honda Accord DX brake lights that only work on left side and not the Right and you replaced bulbs and you can not find any kind of fuse?
Check the fuse box again. There is certainly a fuse for the brake lights, and often different ones for each side of the car. Read More
most likely you're looking at a wiring problem. just follow the wires/current from the center light to the side lights and see where the "brake" on the line is.also check the light bulbs some models provide dual action regular lighting and braking. the braking side(i forgot the name of the strings inside the bulb) usually goes bad due the the current spike the bulb receives during braking. just make sure that inside the light bulb… Read More
If it is one of the brake lights on either side of the tailgate, there are only two screws that hold it on. Let the tailgate down & you will see them on the side. Remove these two screws (one in plain sight, one kind of hidden around in the tailgate cable area), & the tail light assenby will come out. There are three bulbs in the tail light assembly & they're all the same… Read More
Most likely cause is a problem with the front brake light switch located in the right switch housing on the handlebars. If you installed new levers you may have ones for a different model or the clip that holds the switch my have fallen out. Read More
On the older ones it's under the dash, above the brake pedal and a little to the left Read More