It means 'operate the light-switch so as to cause the light to illuminate'.
Switch to a light source with a shorter wavelength.... Switch to a light source with a higher frequency
You can always use a higher rated switch to control a smaller load. You can not use a a lower rated switch to control a larger load.
The door switch for the VW Polo can go bad and cause the interior light to stay on. The switch must be changed, there is no way to repair it.
Always cheaper to switch it off and on rather than leaving it on.
Tie into the line side (always hot) of the first switch. Run 12-3 to the second switch and then tie the load side of the second switch to your second light. Assure you have all the proper hardware and supports. Turn off all power prior to working on it cause electricity is dangerous. If you are close to your panel its always safest to run a new circuit since you have a limit on how many things can be on one circuit based on your wire size.
water, power outage, or maybe the light bulb is broken
The cause of the tail light burning dim when the light switch is on could be a short in the wire or an exposed portion of wire. This can sometimes cause the bulb to lack power because the power is drawn to another area.
The brake light switch has failed
et an electrician! always safe
You always switch the HOT side of the light, never the neutral. This would be the black wire from your voltage source.
No it will not.
most common cause is a burned out light bulb, if not the bulb,check fuses and stop light switch
One post should always be hot.. verify that with a test light.
There isn't a reset switch. The light is reset with a scan tool after the cause of the trouble code has been repaired.
Add a light to switch from a different circuitI think here your concern is that you don't want change the performance of the circuit to which you add the light.so you have to use a relay or a solid state relay to the circuit and a separate power supply to the light in compliance with all the safety rules.
the brake light switch is out of adjustment. Readjust the switch.
Yes it could.
Hi, did you ever find out why your A140 reverse light always stay on even in other gears, I have the same issue, i have checked the bulbs, replaced the reverse light switch and still have them always on..
Brake light switch is stuck or defective.
The back up light switch is stuck closed or broken.
Brake light switch is stuck or out of adjustment.