If your tail light is blowing a fuse everytime you step on the brakes there maybe a faulty or crossed wire. Have your mechanic check it out to be sure.
If the ballast on a fluorescent light blows the lamp will not work.
The SES is used for many, many things. You need to determine what is causing the light before anyone can answer.
it blows up.
If it is a dash warning light, there is a failure causing it. If it is an exterior light, the switch may be on.If it is a dash warning light, there is a failure causing it. If it is an exterior light, the switch may be on.
the wire that heats blows
The filament breaks.
If the CEL is not flashing-it's probably ok to drive. If the CEL is flahing - it's probably not ok.
Repair the problem with the charging system causing the light to come on.Repair the problem with the charging system causing the light to come on.
If you are referring to the letter "D" (for Drive) - it is a warning indicator of a problem with the transmission. Get it to a shop that can read the trouble codes from the OBD computer to see what the problem is.
If the light blows in your scanner you usually would have to replace the whole scanner as you cannot replace just the light .
Your light can come on from the gas tank cap not being screwed on all the way. Drive it for a few tanks and make sure the cap is all the way on everytime and the light may go out by itself.
A short in the Brake light circuit? Bad brake light switch?
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Something is wrong in the 94 Taurus reverse light circuit. There is probably a short causing the battery voltage to drop when the car is in reverse.
brake lgiht fuse blows when shifting gears?
The light that comes on when 4 wheel drive is engaged is not the service light. It is just an indicator light that comes on to let you know the 4 wheel drive is engaged. It will go off when the 4 wheel drive is disengaged.
Fix the problem. It retests everytime you turn the key on.
it is possible to damage the transmission in a rear end collision. this is especially possible in rear wheel drive vehicles. even in a light rear end collision with a rear wheel drive vehicle can shove the drive shaft into the transmission causing serious problems.
you need to get a bigger fuse
it blows stuff away like sand and light stuff like that
The circuit current is interrupted and all the lights will go out.
it either blows up or worn out
Check your brake fluid, probably low.
You have a dead short in the wiring somewhere. It can also be the socket that one of the bulbs screws into is corroded or shorted out. You will have to inspect all the wiring to the fog lights and find the short.