first Turn on your lights then push the button that is located next tothe brightness control(left hand side). You know when the fog lights are on when a red light turns on on the button.
If it is just the bulb that is burnt out just pop the trunk, on the inside of the trunk lid there are the lighting harness. Just turn it about a 1/2 turn to the left, pull it out, and replace bulb
In the fuse box, on the left, by the firewall.
where in the left fuse box ,interior courtesy lights, amp-color
you have to replace the dashboard lite fuse in the fuse pannel ,it is located under the dasboard on the left side
fuse panel is in the drivers door jam left side of dash
I have a 2000 Malibu and the fog light button is to the left of the steering wheel close to the cupholder.
Check the left turn signal bulb. It is probably burnt out.
We have both a 2000 Safari and Astro and the lights turns off the same in both vans. To the left of the lights knob there is a button you can press to turn the dome lights on and off. If you press it 4 times it will turn your running lights off. The headlights automatically turn on in our vans and they are turned off the same way.
sounds like neutral safety switch issue
Drivers compartment, below and to the left of steering wheel. Just in front of your left knee as you sit in the car. OBD 1 plug is there, may have a cover over it.
It mean Hi
The flasher is a rectangular unit located under the dashboard on the "kick" panel, to the left of the driver's left foot.
The relay that controls the taillights and interior lights on a 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage is in the driver's side fuse box. It is to the left of the steering wheel in the dash. One thing to note about this vehicle is if a brake light burns out, the car might also lose the dash lights or interior lights. Check the brake lights before replacing a fuse that might not need replacing.
There is a module that controls it. Check with the dealer and see if he can tell you where it is.
to the left of the oil filter at the rear of the engine (97 Cavalier)
Running lights (left side): Fuse #47 -- Running lights (right side): Fuse #48 -- Brake lights: Fuse #54. Fuse panel is on the lower left side (underneath) the dashboard. NOTE: If it is your brake lights that are not working and fuse # 54 looks okay, check the brake light switch, it may have gone bad.
They help you figure out which side of the plane is which in the dark. The green lights go on the right, or starboard, side; the red ones are on the left, or port, side.
looking at the rear of the motor from under the car from left to right 1/3 2/4
The left brake light works the right brake light doesn't and the bulbs is good
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Just an added update.., all fuses seem to be good with clean connectors. Also the signal lights quit too..
Have you checked the dimmer? I have a 2000 and there is a wheel to dim the dash lights to the left of the steering wheel, just above the cup holder.
Perhaps one of the bulbs on that side of the car is out would be my guess.
You may have a short in the left signal wiring. Try tracing down this wire and look for bare spots or any crossing of wires and correct them.