I had a car that had a failed combination switch (the turn signal, hi-low beam, parking lights switch). I could get the lights to come on if I set the switch to high beam, but not low. A new switch and, viola! Verrry expensive to have dealer repair. If this is your problem, hopefully you have a mechanic friend.
Check the bulbs, check the fuse then check the switch.
If all of the dashboard lights do not work at the same time on a Pontiac Montana, check the instrument panel relay. The relay is located on the firewall in the engine compartment.
Check the fuse, check the bulbs, check the flasher relay, in that order.
check the overhead switch make sure its on if not that you have a blown fuse
Probably the wrong bulbs or the brake lights are getting stuck "on". Or maybe a combination of the two. Check that you have the right bulbs and check to make sure something isn't keeping the brake lights on. FriPilot
2005 Pontiac Montana Fuse Box(es): Your owner's manual is the best place to locate your fuse box(es) and identify your fuses. Don't rule out that your issue is being caused by a bad bulb too - so check fuses and bulbs. See sources and related links below for bulb information.
check for bad switch under dash above pedal arm, generally fail after 75,000 miles
check the connection there was a corrosion in the connection of my firebird that was stoping all of the bulbs to work and check the ground on the bulbs if that don't work i would have to say start tracing the wires under the carpet for bad wires but dielectric grese is the tail lights best freind after you get them working. Good luck
Check the fuse for the tail lights. Also check the bulbs.
check your bulbs and fuses check your bulbs and fuses
Check bulbs they are double filamented (Larger filament for tail-smaller for stop lights) Check fuse for parking/tailights/dash lights Check switch Check bulbs they are double filamented (Larger filament for tail-smaller for stop lights) Check fuse for parking/tailights/dash lights Check switch
Check the left turn signal bulb. It is probably burnt out.
check the Bulbs
check your fuses first, then check your bulbs and then your relay.
check light bulbs, check stop light fuse,check stop light switch
Check bulbs Check fuses Check switch
Check the bulbs Check the flasher
Check bulbs Check sockets for corrosion Check sockets for power and ground Check fuse for stop lights Check fuse for parking/tail lights
Check bulbs (double filamented small is for brake lights-large for tailight) Check fuse for stoplight Check stoplight switch
check fuses, and then check for power to the bulbs check for power in and out of brake switch
They are different sets of bulbs. You'll have to check the bulbs and wiring if necessary.
you do not adjust the brake lights check the bulbs or check switch top of brake pedal.
Check the fuses first then check the bulbs.
Check bulbs they are double filamented smaller filament is for stop lights larger is for tail lights Check fuse for stop lights Check stop light switch Check all lights in car. In my Legend some of the lights were connected in series so I had to replace a front parking light in order for a rear one to work.