These are called daytime running lamps it is for safety reasons
if you want them to not come on all the time, then remove the fuse labeled "DRL" (daytime running lights). It is located in the fuse panel on the right side of the dash with the passenger door open
Headlights are not to stay on all the time,only front parking lights.
the are supposed to be behind the front bumper
how do you fix your lighting problem with your 94 chevy cavalier z24 you haveno tail lights dash lights or parking lights
If the brake lights do not work on Chevy Venture van 2000, try to disconnect the brake switch. Then short the two contacts of the connector to check if the brake lights are now working.
Hi, You didn't mention exactly what lights you are interested in, but I have included a link to the fuse boxes for the 2001 Venture. Good Luck, Greg
Dark Brown for all parking and side marker lights.
there is a switch on the ceiling of the van
Alternator is going out? battery is going bad?
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
check ground wire on rear of frame for Chevy trucks
There may be an issue with the relay switch going to the radio lights. There may also be an issue with the fuse.
I've got a better question, why is this question in the Chevy venture forum ?
It is under the dash. I believe I remember it to be the two plug module above the parking brake.
How do you unlock the radio of. 1997 Chevy venture
check the fuse box on top of the battery.
RH T/LP and LH T/LP
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The light switch.
What light? Headlights / Parking lights can only be turned off while in park. turn the engine off, set the parking brake. Start the engine..... as soon as you remove the parking brake the lights will come back on
You have what is called a back feed, where you have wires striped and touching. So start at the lights and start to trace the wires until you find the exsposed wires. This might take some time though.
Do parking and taillights work? If not check fuse--common circuit
Probably a blown fuse. What you need to find out is why the fuse blew.