Check the alternator.
The dash lights on an Explorer are used to light the warning symbols and to illuminate the speedometer, gas gauge, and RPM gauge. These lights are controlled by fuses.
Because they reflect light
Well. A light bulb lights up because the atoms and electrons clash together which causes an electrical charge. And then it magically lights up the light bulb. By:?
Answer location of check gauges lightthe check gauges light is on your instrument panel when it comes on it lights up saying check gauges
its basically the check engine light and should be checked out immediately
Reverse light switch failure
it sounds to me like you need to change your alternator ?
what is this red light above my fuel gauge on my 2004 land rover discovery
It is not a warning light. The DRL stands for Daytime Running Lights and will always be on unless you turn on your dashboard lights.
Why does all the gauge lights come on while driving a 1998 S-10 pick-up.Seems to lose power. Go out and security light stays on.
The consensus of opinions states that they are great to reach out of the way places where you can't run cords, however the light isn't as bright or consistent as traditional lights.
It is in the fuse box underneath the dash. Do you have tail lights? If not, you may have a bad light switch.
Possibly blown fuse, bad brake light switch, or blown brake light bulbs.
its gotta be a ford a problem with the center brake light circuit causes the lights to go out i believe it is a diode
what causes the rear lights to stay on while engine is running. the car is park
Defective battery or something is pulling power from the battery. Check the glove box light, interior lights, trunk light, hood light, brake lights, etc.
Sounds like the turn signal indicator lights.Sounds like the turn signal indicator lights.
You have to pull the gauge assy out and the lights are mounted from the rear. Run1
no. however your indicator lights are located in your dashboard. dashboard light will light up when you turn your headlights on. Ex. the lights that are illuminated behind your miles per hour needle or behind your fuel gauge. Your indicator light are a lights that come on when your first turn the ignition. these lights indicate when your oil needs to be changed or your fuel is low or your washer fluid is low or the blue light that is illuminated when your headlights are on bright or high beam etc.....most newer model cars are equipped with the indicator lights. hope this is helpful.
The engine is overheating. The check engine light is not on because you have no problem with the emissions system which this light monitors.
There are three, if it is in the middle at the bottom of the row of indicator lights then its the check engine light. If it is above the fuel gauge then its either the low fuel light or the abs light.
there is a bad ground somewhere
Most likely reason is the rheostat on the gauge cluster that controls the dash lights. On the backside of the gauge cluster connected to the LH knob is the rheostat. It was built really robust and can usually be disassembled can cleaned. Hope this helps.
A likely cause is a faulty interior light dimming switch. This switch is directly connected to both the dash lights (for dimming), and the dome light (on/off).
neon lights (knee-on-lights)