IF YOU REALLY DO HAVE THIS Q IN THE CORRECT SECTION..... the lights have come on automatically because of the automatic safety inertia switch turning on the hazard lights, automatically unlocking all doors and turning off fuel injection system immediately you got stuck in the beemer!! Drive more carefully.....To cancel the auto switch after checking it is absolutely safe to do so, reset by pressing it.....its mounted under the bonnet in the right or left hand corner, or under the dash at left or right or centre or occassionally under driver's seat depending on year/ model....it's got a soft rubber cover over the button- make sure everything is turnoff and it's SAFE!! to turn fuel back on!
You could have a blowen fuse or a faulty connection!
There may be a problem with your electrical wiring that is preventing your hazard lights from turning off. You should take your car to a Toyota mechanic.
On January 11, 2008 at 03:25 am User:S_boone said:On January 11, 2008 at 03:15 am S Boone  said:I have the same problem with my 2000 grand prix with no brake lights. I just took it to a garage today and was told it needed a turn signal assm. The price would be 780.00. I paid 89.99 for this info. and brought my car home. I had never tried the hazard lights and after reading this I went out to try my hazard lights. I found the hazard button stuck. after pushing it down forcefully the hazard lights went on and, now I have brake lights. This may be temporary I don't know, but I now have fully fuctioning lights.
It probably has 2 Flasher Relays. One for the hazard lights and one for the turn signals. Replace the turn signal flasher.
Most likely the relay has failed.
did you check your fuses
Check the brake switch at the pedal.
Triangle or triangle with a vertical line in the center is usually the symbol for the hazard lights
Answer On January 11, 2008 at 03:25 am User:S_boone said:On January 11, 2008 at 03:15 am S Boone  said:I have the same problem with my 2000 grand prix with no brake lights. I just took it to a garage today and was told it needed a turn signal assm. The price would be 780.00. I paid 89.99 for this info. and brought my car home. I had never tried the hazard lights and after reading this I went out to try my hazard lights. I found the hazard button stuck. after pushing it down forcefully the hazard lights went on and, now I have brake lights. This may be temporary I don't know, but I now have fully fuctioning lights. I had the same problem with my 99 grand prix and changed bulbs brake light swith , fuses and found out that it was a multi - function switch that was causing my brake lights not to work it was a little expensive but you need brake lights!I too had the same problem. I did the exact same thing as stated above, the hazard button was hard to push down, after I got it down, I had fully functioning brake lights. I would like to hear from the previous poster as to if this fixed his problem, or did it happen again?
there was a recall on the hazard light switch that caused the rear brake lights (minus the high mount 3rd light) to stay on. the hazard lights and turn signals still worked. there was only an electrical malfuntion in the hazard lamp switch on the steering column. go to your nearest dealer, they will fix it for free and it only takes about 1/2 hour
If you mean the brake lights are stuck on, then check the stoplight switch located on the top of the brake pedal.
Sounds like hazard flasher needs replaced. there are two one for rerular turn Andone for hazard. Sounds like hazard flasher needs replaced. there are two one for rerular turn And one for hazard.
If lights light up but do not flash, then need to change the flasher, if no light at all chk all fuses first.
test your multifunction switch,located on left side of steering column
Check the left turn signal bulb. It is probably burnt out.
Try replacing the hazard lights switch. 40 bucks at dealership for the part, require no tools to replace.
Well you mean tail lights i think and it has to either they are burnt out or a brake edal sensor is the problem and is stuck
Depending on what type of vehicle it is, it could be the combination flasher relay. 2000 Dodge Caravan, same problem. Replaced DRL/Flasher Relay, problem fixed. Was an expensive dealer only relay...
Where can one find the hazard and door lock fuse on a 2000 BMW 328i?
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Well, your first problem is that the Ford Focus wasn't made until 2000. Maybe you have a different car altogether.
Flasher unit (signal lights) on this car is part of the Hazard Light Module. It is located between the steering column and the radio underneath the dash. It is closer to the radio. The factory Hazard module on my car was colored green but im sure it can be any color. If you turn on your hazard lights you can feel the unit click. Once found you can apply upward pressure with your thumb to release it from its location allowing to to hang from its wired socket and making it easy to replace.
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