That means that your indicator relay is faulty and will need to be replaced. It is located underneath your dash board, up to the right of the steering column. i have just replaced mine and it is hard to find but it is a small box approx. 3 cm square and has a connector with 3 pins attached to it. Good luck.
the bulbs which run the indicators are probably burned out. i would probably try to find bulbs before removing instrument cluster. bulbs may be hard to find. save yourself a project
check your bulbs and fuses check your bulbs and fuses
cavalier break lights not workin no indicators neither help fuseis gud do i need to change panals were bulbs go or what????????????
Most of the cars now have composite lights and the lights have to be revomed to replace the bulbs.
Check the bulbs. You may have one installed incorrectly.
If parking/dash lights work check bulbs double filamented smaller filament is for tail lights If parking/dash lights do not work check fuse
you have to open the hatch, take all the plastic interior apart, just to get to your bulbs. its a pain.
The sun, arc welding, "black lights" (looking fro fluorescence). [inside florescent lights - but its blocked by the surface of the bulbs.)
dose Mazda 6 tamura have xenon headlight bulbs 07 plate
on some cars the tail lights and brake lights are totally different bulbs gain access to the bulbs and have someone push the brakes so that you can determine which bulbs are the brake lights and replace the tail lights
My Suburban doesn't have bulbs...they are LED lights. Newer models have bulbs. If your fuse inside the drivers' side panel is ok, your lights probably have to be replaced if it's not in the wiring. I checked at the dealership today...a wonderful 258.00! So, to answer your question, mine doesn't have bulbs...
Just remove the bulbs. If the sensor in the door keeps the lights on, you have to find out which door. Check with your Ford dealer.
Remove grill for better access. Then proceed to remove bulbs. The fog lights set inside casing. Unscrew them and replace bulbs. Return mechanism s and they should shine properly.
Check the wire which is going inside of the trunk hood to the brake lights.
Look for #2057 bulb(Sylvania) You have to pop out the trunk trim from inside the trunk - it has plastic fasteners so you really have to pull hard. The carpet may also be hooked, so just un hook it. You should have 4 nuts on the inside of the trunk for each side take these loose and you'll be able to switch the bulbs from outside the trunk. Make sure your brake lights work - on a 626 the 2 tailight bulbs are the same as the brake lights.
You have to go inside the trunk and remove the circular plastic covers from behind the lights. Then you have to unscrew the entire light and you can access the bulbs to replace them.
do you hear clicking noise -as if the inficators were working? If not then go check the flasher relay and its connections.
Blown fuse Bad bulbs Defective or mal-adjusted stop light switch
its on different bulbs
AnswerThe bulbs for the brake lights are usually separate from the normal tail light bulbs. Check and replace the brake bulbs first, and if they are still not working examine the fuses, switch and wiring.
look for a break in the wiring. it might be grounded on something
yes it is found in lights bulbs.. Xp
Titanic had over 10,000 light bulbs.
The bulbs are accessed from inside the trunk. You would remove the trim panel to access the bulb.
LED lights are better than bulbs because they are more energy efficient, and environment friendly. You can definitely get a lot of savings with LED light bulbs.