If you have not yet checked your alternator do that. Then if you did that your self double check it by seeing if there is any slack in the belt, if so then tighten the belt, then check the alternator again. I think this is what could be the problem Sounds like the alternator. You should test it to see how many AMPS it's putting out. If you can't, take it to your local auto parts store, they should be able to do it for you. It should be putting out about 65 AMPS, if it's not, it needs to be replaced. If you can start your car, start it and turn your headlights on high beam and turn your air conditioner on full blast and your radio on. If your car shuts off, your alternator is more than likely bad. Check the battery too. If things were working when your engine speed are higher, but not at idle, and now the car won't start, it could be a weak battery that is now dead.
Can anyone tell me where the front windscreen washer bottle is located on a Peugot 306
What all do I have to take off to get to the headlights. I just want to change the bulb can anyone help? Its a 1996 LHS.
check and adjust belts
General Electric makes Hotpoint. I see and repair many, and frankly, they are getting worse. I would never recommend these heaters to anyone.
Fix My Headlights is a great place to go to correct foggy headlights. They are very trusted and can do a very good job. I do not know anyone who has used it but it seems good.
Stores like Sare or Greenhouse Mega Store in Canada have tons of home products for anyone to buy. At those places an individual can purchase greenhouse heaters.
I moved to France with my 2001 Kia Sedona and would like to know how to adjust the headlights for driving in France. Has anyone any ideas?
answer: replace the headlights switch.
is there anyone who knows the answer?
Well it Headlights Could anyone improve on that answer? Like, a complete sentence would be a good starter... HAH! Found it! Bruce Aisher
The headlights turn off because you have accidently hooked the stereo's power wire onto the headlight relay wire. When you turn on the stereo, there's not enough power left to run the headlight relay. Thus, no headlights. Re-wire the stereo.
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voltage regulator is getting bad have your alt tested
up under dashboard on offside of car
"A cadet heater can be purchased at any hardware store like Home Depot or at a army surplus store. Usually they are for army recruits, but these days anyone can buy them."
unless your dimmer is turned down..... blown fuse or bad headlight switch. that's about it..
When replacing bulbs, do not touch glass part with your fingers. Any oil from your hands will cause shorten lifespan.
Quote: I have a 2003 Kia Sorento and when my husband changed my headlights I asked him to "adjust" them. He tried to put he said that they can't be adjusted to point higher, lower or whichever way because they are screwed into place. Unquote. Just in case anyone comes across this reply when looking for how to adjust Sorento headlights: the answer above is wrong. Sorento headlights are adjustable up & down, and side to side with a Phillips screwdriver. In addition, some Sorentos have and in-vehicle headlight adjustment switch so you can adjust for extra weight in the rear while you are driving.
I'm having the exact same problem. Does anyone have any idea, please? I have a Santa Fe 2003, Manual, 2.4 - V4
Yep, had the ball joint go on the wiper linkage closest to the motor, only way to fix it seemed to be replacing the linkage but they are pretty hard to find in breakers yards. Ebay had them though.
Why would anyone put dirt in a water heater ?? Normally water heaters have sediment from the minerials in the water supply and the instructions furnished with the heater tells how to cure this problem
Have you changed the fuel filter?
I just had this same problem with my 1998 VW Jetta. My parking brake light came on one day, but only half illuminated. Shortly after my windshield wipers and headlights stopped working. My radio works but the fans don't work either. I just found a thread which seems to point the problem at the ignition switch: http://car.justanswer.com/volkswagen/6uht-1998-volkswagen-jetta-headlights
block heaters can be put in a few spots. Mine (95, 4.3 L V6) is located (facing the engine) on the right side. Best way to find out is look for a male plug with a wire going to the block.