Put the car in drive, unbuckle, and floor the gas pedal. The lights will turn on as needed.
if you are refering to the head lights you need to change the head light bulb otherwise where is the light you are talking about
Possibly a bad ground in the rear wiring harness somewhere.
Replace headlight switch- dimming rheostat may be loose
Is that a question? They work because that's the way your terrible car was designed to work? Do you mean HOW do they work?
Hi, Ok on my 94 the problem was the turn signal switch in the steering column , and this fixed the problem. Mike.
Underneath the glove compartment. By that, I mean you have to pull out the plastic lining in the glove compartment. Stupid, huh?
They certainly should do. If not, the vehicle should not be driven until they function correctly.
Yes, but the signal lights are the wrong shape.
Open trunk and pull carpeting back from the rear lights and you will see wing nuts, take the wing nuts off and pull the complete light assembly out to change the bulbs.
Remove the 4 bezel trim phillips screws around trim bezel. Unplug headlamp socket. remove headlamp.install new. replace bezel with 4 screws. yur done.
With the lights on pull on the turn signal lever. High beams should come on. Pull again and they should go off.
Mini-fuse #23 15amp located side instrument panel inside of passenger door . Actual name is- Stop Lamps.
Same as parking/dash lights
turn signal flasher
The brake light switch must be broken or out of adjustment. The switch is located above the brake pedal. what if it don't cut off
on the fuse panel there is one labeled stop lamps, if its your brake lights, it is the fuse that is located 3rd from the left and 5th from the bottom of the fuse box
its in the steering colume replace the turn signal switch
take it in to the dealer and have them adjusted as they have a gauge they put on the lights to get them set perfect, if there not set right you will end up blinding someone coming at you or you will be way off on the headlight aim.
Look above the brake pedal on the rod that holds the pedal. There is a button that engages when you depress the pedal to activate the lights. Your parts store will have a replacement and can show you how it is attached.
I had a very similar problem on my 95 Oldsmobile cutlass supreme. After hours of pain staking work I finally found that a wire was loose. The wire is coated red and is beneath the fuse box on the drivers side directly behind the windshield wash tank. There is an eyelet on the end of the wire and one screw holding it in place directly under the fuse box. As soon as I tightened the screw my problem went away.
Replace flasher(S) under dashboard located near brake and gas pedal areas of car They are round /cylindrical style and pull like a regular home extension cord.Turn signal lights on and listen for click noise .replace bad one or both.Very inexpensive
You have a short in your system somewhere. It's ussually the cigar lighter, but it could be any of those components. Try unplugging the cigar lighter and see if that helps.
i think it is on the trunk lid above the plate.
Most likely, the switch that controls your parking light is stuck.