the dash and radio lights are supposed to dim when the headlights come on. Make sure you have the brightness of the dash lights turned up as much as possible.
check the fuse on the wires on your radio, there is a separate wire for the display lights that should be wired to your dash lights
the battery is dead
Will your lights headlights come on? Will anything work? Had something like that happen to me years ago. I had no lights and nothing worked. Turned out it was an alternator. There could be something else that would be wrong but, it would be something to check out.
Bigger screen, lights different, and games come with it.
dash lights radio info center lights do not work all the time. change the fuse but that did not solved the problem
Because the radio is wired into the headlight circuit instead of the accessory circuit.
The electromagnetic waves native to Saturn are intense radio waves. In addition there are known to have changing frequencies which are detected by a Cassini wave instrument.
In that case, you probably don't have tail lights or clearance lights either.Check the fuses. If that's not it, you may have a faulty light switch.
No probes have come back from Saturn.
sounds like you have overloaded and blown a fuse or relay check fuses . disconnect power source for radio recheck fuses.if dash lights come on, find a different point for power supply for radio. actually you should connect radio to accesories .lights dont take as much power as radio
Your battery is dead and you should probably take it to the repair shop and have them put it in for you. Couldn't it be the starter motor? The lights and radio come on, so there must be some juice and the battery.
Check to see if the Neon stereo lights come on. If the radio lights up then there could be an internal problem or a problem with an external amplifier.
Main ground for dash is loose.
Maybe you have a problem with your car's battery. If your battery's dead, your interior lights and radio wont turn on. So if you wait for a while and your radio wont turn on, then probably the problem is with the battery. If it is, than you should check the your battery fluid. If its not the battery, maybe there is something wrong with your starter motor.
WEAK BATTERY OR OR BAD STARTER.
Bad connection at the starter. Bad battery connection Dead battery Dead starter Check the first 3 with a voltmeter and your eyes. Check the start if needed at a local autozone/advanced auto
replace the head light switch you may have a bad wire or a faulty dimmer switch.
most likely the harness on the side of the radio, drivers side, has chafed through, pull radio and tape over the wires attached to the side of the radio.
Use the paperclip method found at Saturnfans.com to get the SES Code. Clean your throttle body and EGR
Did the old radio have any sound? Do you get a strange code on the radio display indicating that you are locked out? You might have to pull the radio back out and make sure that the speaker connection plug is plugged in securely.
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I had this happen on an 88 GMC Suburban. Took a while to find it. Turned out to be a ground wire under the dash
Dash ground is loose.
-- battery -- battery cable -- connection between battery cable and battery A fault in any of these would still supply the small current used by the lights and radio, but not the huge battery current required for starting.