I drive my Hyundai Elantra GLS for 5 minutes and then the car shuts off. That is why all the lights on the dash board come on. I can't start it but two hours later I can. What could be wrong?
Check your alternator switch. It might not be tight enough. Your battery may also be bad, I would go to your local checker auto or autozone and have them test your alternator and battery. If the car is 96 and newer, you can get it scanned for free at many auto parts stores. I suspect from your description that something is getting hot and thus killing the ignition. Many times it can be the ignition module that is the culprit. You may be able to get a cheap one from the junkyard to test this.
Do the interior lights work in the gear selector or the climate controls? If none of them work, suspect a fuse or something else. If it's just behind the gauges and all have gone out, then the board behind the gauges may be fried. But assuming none of those are the case, you'll need to remove the dash and the bulbs are located behind the gauges. Not a task for the timid.
For example, if you are operating a light board in an auditorium, it can control all the lights like flashing, regular, and even stroke lights. I can do every lighting you can think of. All you have to do is set the timer of the lights on the light board and organize each button to operate each light.
most likely in the fuse box located under the dash board in the cab of the car. refer to your users manual or HMAservice for the exact location of this box More info The interior fuse panel is located behind the coin holder pull out drawer, which is on the lower left side of the dashboard under the steering column.
I had the same issue. In the instrument cluster there are 3 boards. The smallest board with the odometer and transmission status displays also has the 4 lights for the back lighting. This board is plugged into the main board and can easily be changed. Theses lights short out and cannot be changed out individually, the only thing you can do is replace this board.
What would make running board lights turn on when the door is opened and the key is put in the ignition but turn off once the truck is cranked?
I am not a mechanic, however as an electrician it sounds like the running board lights are wired to the same relay as the interior lights. To check this, simply crank the truck, leave all the exterior lights off, turn on the interior light, then walk around the truck and look at the running board lights. If they are on then turn the interior light off and the parking lights on, check to see if…
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When you say dimmer switch I assume you are refering to the internal dash-board lights dimmer switch. The dimmer switch for the dash-board lights is located on the speedometer panel.There are two black knobs that stick out between the warning lights on the dash. The right one is used to set the clock while the left one when rotated adjusts the dash-board lights and when depressed resets the odometer. This should be what you are…