How do you get your lights to stop blinking on and off on your 90 Buick LeSabre?
If you are driving when this happens, try to locate the loose connection around the rear of head lamp. If it happens when you arn't in the vehicle when it blinks. Run don't walk to the nearest dealer for a trade in.
They are called traffic lights or traffic signals. -------------------------------------------------------- *** 2nd Answerer Says: Some parts of the country call them stoplights (as opposed to go-lights or caution-lights) and there is a variation called "blinking lights". "Blinking lights can be blinking red in all four directions to designate a four-way stop or full-stop in two directions & cautionary slow-down (blinking yellow) the other two directions.
Check to see if the brake lights are working - shift interlock and stop lights are on the same circuit - check the fuses - Try turning the key to the 1st (unlock) position shift to neutral to start and then shift to Drive Check the shifter interlock switch on the brake pedal. Possible linkage problems also.
How can you get the hazard lights to keep on blinking while the brake pedal is pressed in a 1998 Chevy Tahoe?
You disconnected the batter to your 1999 Subaru Forester and now the hazard light will not stop blinking?
Under the hood of the car we found a yellow sticker with the following instructions and explanation for this "problem." To fix the blinking you need to locate a black button on the dash under the steering wheel. With the key in the ignition and in the on position press the black button to reset the system. The hazard lights should stop.
1993 Buick Lesabre when you get to about a 14 tank of gas and come to a stop sign the car dies but always restarts Does this only when low on gas?
Answer To make the lights stop blinking and actually engage the transfer case you have to maintain the electric motor that engauges the transfer case. the contact points inside get worn and corroded and wont allow enough power through to rotate the servo. The motor is located on the transfer case and is held of by 3 bolts, remove and unplug. Any good 4-wheel drive shop can fix it for you for about $50 or…