yes and yes
I believe that is a defective daytime running lamp (DRL) module
yes they are supposed to be on, it is the daytime running lights
As soon as the engine is started and the emergency / parking brake is released the daytime running lights are supposed to come on
The two best driving games are Parking Mania and Central Parking.
If the Explorer is running engaging the parking brake is supposed to turn the daytime running lights off , otherwise the daytime running lights are supposed to shut off when the engine is shut off . I have a 2004, Eddie Bauer Explorer. On the light switch itself, there is a selection to turn on or off the day lights, as well as the extended, courtesy lights after ignition is turned off.
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
On the center console near the parking brake handle
No, it is not.
By pararelle parking, regular parking, driving speed limit, driving curves, up hill, and focus
Avoid parking in crowded areas and small parking spaces.
I don't know if cops are supposed to pull you over in parking lots, but they sure do it. It just happened to me because the road was wet and I slid a little making a turn. Got caught driving under a DUI suspension for that.
The 1997 Chrysler Sebring parking brake cable has adjustment nuts on each end of the cable. Adjusting the nuts will lengthen or shorten the parking brake cable.
Generally, a ticket from a parking in a handicapped parking space will not go on a traffic record. However, failure to pay the fine may result in driving privileges to be suspended.
Proper Use of "Parking Lights"The answer depends on the "Traffic Code" for the State in which you are driving.However, they are called parking lights because they are supposed to be used to warn other vehicle drivers of the location, position, and "state" [parked] of your vehicle.Most jurisdictions prohibit driving with parking lights only. The only exception that might convince a Police Officer to not give you a ticket would be in the case of the loss of headlights out in the boondocks on a very dark night in which you drove only with parking lights to get to a safe place.
Daytime yes. Night time and when precipatating; no.
If the meter is broken you are not supposed to park there.... you can get a ticket for parking at a defected meter.
No, probably not. If you are parking to go to a celebration at a park, and you park in an area that you're not supposed to- probably not. If you want to make sure, ask the police that are helping parking and ask them if you can park in areas that you are not usually supposed to park in. They will probably say yes if there is no room in the parking lots.
The lights are automatic for your daytime running lights AND your regular head lights. There is a light sensor on your dash that knows when it get dark. When it's dark your headlights will automatically come on, daytime lights turn off and your dashboard lights will dim as a result, since you no longer need them to be that bright when it's dark. As far as the parking brake, it triggers your daytime lights to turn off, so when you disengage your parking brake, they will turn on for normal driving. All of this is a good thing because you never have to worry about turning your on/off...ever.
You need to replace the DRL (Daytime running light) Module
Disturbing the Peace - Reckless Driving - Careless Driving.
Cutting across empty parking rows or diagonally through lots
engage the parking brake , or shut the engine off
Make sure your parking brake is all the way off. If you notice, whenever you step on the parking brake, it turns the driving lights OUT. Even one click on the parking brake may be causing them to not come on. Otherwise check your fuses and there is a relay for the running lights also. Check that as well. Check the DRL diode. It is located just left of center under the dash. Has one screw holding it to the cross bar; kind of a pain to get to, but fixed the problem.