Burned out bulbs?Blown fuse?Bad switch?
The bulbs may be burned out, or a fuse may be blown.
cause the bulbs are burned out? cause the fuse is blown? jeez....
Burned out bulbs, blown fuse, failed switch, broken wire, etc.
Assuming the bulbs aren't burned out, it is likely a blown fuse
Bulbs burned out? Blown Fuse? Bad switch?
Your low beam headlight bulbs are probably both burned out.
Blown fuse Bad stop light switch Burned out bulbs
There are several things that can make your headlights not work. First the might have blown a fuse, or maybe the bulbs burned out, or the battery might have died.
Bulbs mis-installed, blown fuse, connector not plugged in, wrong bulbs, etc.Bulbs mis-installed, blown fuse, connector not plugged in, wrong bulbs, etc.
yes both are same
fuses are blown, or bulbs are blown
First check the bulbs to see if they are burned out, then check the fuses to see if they are blown, if those are both ok, check the back of the fuse panel for burned connectors.
Both headlights might be out on your 2001 Ford Escape because you have blown a fuse or several fuses. You also might have light bulbs that have burned out.
The fuse is blown or the bulbs are burned out or the dash light dimmer switch is turned way down or off.
Could be, a blown fuse, burned out bulbs, bad brake light switch, or an improperly installed brake light switch.
Blown fuse/? blown bulbs /?bad flasher.
Brake light failure happens from a variety of problems, such as burned out bulbs, a short in the headlight wiring or a blown fuse. You can tell if the bulbs are out by a rapidly blinking turn indicator, a blown fuse by checking the fuse is the panel on the side of the dash, and check if its a short circuit by using a volt reader in the light socket.
Light bulbs burned when it will became overheat and the its lifespan will end.
1. Switch off 2. Bulbs burned out (not likely) 3. Fuse Blown (more likely) 4. If you have HID lighting ballast failure?
The brightness control may be turned off, The fuse may be blown, The bulbs may be burned out.
I had the same problem with my 2000 Passat. According to my mechanic (an excellent independent), the vent cover over the bulbs is not removable without breaking it out. So you may need to buy a new bulb and a new vent cover ($100+).
Bulbs burned out? Bad switch? Blown fuse in power distribution box
Some bulbs may be burned out, or a blown fuse or the dash light dimmer/brightness control switch is turned off.