I am having the same problem. Did you get yours fixed? I can't seem to locate the problem area. Changed all of the fuses. Looking for the relay switch to change and then the last thing i can think to replace it the switch. Let me know if you fixed it. Thanks
Check the bulbs first. I had the same problem on a 94 Oldsmobile and it was the dimmer switch. Replaced that and fixed the problem Check the bulbs first. I had the same problem on a 94 Oldsmobile and it was the dimmer switch. Replaced that and fixed the problem
Hi, Ok on my 94 the problem was the turn signal switch in the steering column , and this fixed the problem. Mike.
Try pushing the hazard light switch on steering column repeatedly. I had a strange problem with my hazards once and this fixed it for now. I think my problem was the signals not working though....
It is important to pay attention to the warning lights in a vehicle. The ABS lights stay on because there is an problem that has not been fixed within that ABS system.
Of course ,first check the fusebox. If all fuses check out ok, I think the headlight switch is bad. I had a problem with indicator lights and my running lights were not working.(Tail lights,). I tried everything and finally replaced the headlight switch and that fixed it! About $25.00
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...
There is a switch on the bar of the break pedal that needs some oil. Lay underneath the pedal and look up. push the pedal and you will see it move a switch. Apply some lube and you should be good. Just fixed the same problem on my '01 Ram.
The electrician fixed the problem, the lights are back.
I have a 79 ford chatou 12 seater van. everything works the bulbs are good but the brake lights wont turn on when I step on the pedal. whats up? if its my brake switch should I change it out? or can it be fixed also which fuse is my brake lights? wouldn't the lights all be on one fuse? I have a 79 ford chatou 12 seater van. everything works the bulbs are good but the brake lights wont turn on when I step on the pedal. whats up? if its my brake switch should I change it out? or can it be fixed also which fuse is my brake lights? wouldn't the lights all be on one fuse?
Check the fuses? Check the light switch?
a switch that has been fixed
Problem most likely is in the Turn Signal switch. I had same problem , replaced Turn Signal switch assembly and that fixed it.
CALL VW! I just had a problem with my 2001 Jetta Wolfsburg (1.8T). The brake light switch is on RECALL. You might be able to get it fixed for NOTHING. My brake lights weren't working, and I called the dealership, and I had the problem fixed (no cost to me) within a week. FYI- there is also a recall on the hazard light switch. If it's the same switch as used in the MKIV Jetta, this VWVortx thread is the definitive do-it-yourself instruction on how to do it... http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=1158315
I have the same problem and I had to go to a dealer preferably dodge dealer to get it fixed. Popular problem on caravans!
It's probably time to replace your headlight switch. Had a similar problem on my '95. A new switch fixed her right up.
In a Nissan Sentra I had similar problem. Trouble was the steering column mounted on / off switch for the headlamps. Turns out it is a pretty complex switch and the wiring diagram at the dealer revealed that it was connected to the dash lights and other interior lights. About a $75 gamble to see if I had read the diagram correctly, and, praise the Lord, I had. Replacing that turn signal / Headlights on/off switch deal fixed it immediately.
well if your head lights and tail lights are still working then its your dimmer switch that has gone bad and needs to be replaced. i just recently had this problem and was fixed with a 10 replacement off ebay.
It is important to pay attention to the warning lights in a vehicle. When the check engine lights are on, it indicates a problem, and it needs to be fixed.
I just had that same problem..I took it in to have it fixed and they replaced the blower motor resistor and that seems to have fixed the problem
i have a Chevy van 90 somthing with the same problem the parking light switch i replaced it fixed it right up the bad switch also caused me to not have any light in rear except brake lights
Because you haven't fixed them. The cause of the problem could be in your dimmer switch, the lights themselves, the relay, the wiring... it's going to take some diagnosis to narrow it down.
I had this problem and it was a short in one of the back rear brake lights. One of the bulbs was not screwed in correctly and it was causing the brake light to stay on when the headligst are on. We removed all bulbs and inserted them again, making sure they were tight. This fixed our issue with a dodge 2003 durango.
If this problem occurs, then it means that there is a problem with your car. You can get the brake line fixed by visiting a technician.
The abs light is on because there is a problem with the abs system. Until the problem is fixed the light will remain on. Once the problem is fixed the light will reset itself after a short drive.