Yes, when they have lights, blinkers, and license plates.
walmart blinkers christmas lights buy where?
so what do i do if my blinkers do not when the lights are on
take it to a mechanic I dont wanna "break lights"
My rear window brake light works, but not my tail light brakes on my 1997 Monte Carlo. What is the problem?
Bulbs? Sockets? Steering column switch?
Change out the switch. Bad switch!!
test your multifunction switch,located on left side of steering column
If you are asking is it legal to ride it on the highway yes. you have to put head lights, break lights, blinkers, you probably will have to get stickers and tags on it because our government sucks and a license plate on it
Yes, it is Illegal, due to the fact that it ISNT registered, inspected, ect. It would also need a valid license. The blinkers included are for recreational pouposes only.
Well, that depends on whether you still have the lights and blinkers, ect. If there are not lights, blinkers, brake lights, or horn, then you do not need a battery to run this bike. If you do have these items, then you would need a battery
head lights, dome lights, blinkers, any light.... ABSOLUTELY NOT!!
Check the tail light bulbs, clean it if you have using fine sandpaper. If it did no work check the cable connected to the lights. If the cable integriry was not damaged, check the fuse box.
yes. as long as everything works on the car. lights, blinkers ect yes as long as everything works . lights, blinkers, ect...
whats the color circuit for the blinkers an break lights?
I have a 1983 GMC Sierra it has no dash,tail lights an brake lights are very dim
Check for a bad ground
If the lights in your lock buttons remain on after the truck is powered off, you may have a problem with your fuse. It the light remaining on could be because you have an electrical problem in your Ford Explorer, as well.
The problem probably wasn't the bulb. The problem is the fuse is blown and needs to be replaced and the problem will be resolved.
Check flasher most common problem
I am currently having the same problem you are having check the fuse to see if it is blown the blinkers and brake lights are on the same fuse my system has a short in it somewhere and is popping the fuses I am in the process of running new wires since the wonderful people at Chevy ran all the wires thru the frame and you can't access them
Defective flasher relay.
Might be a bad flasher