I had the same problem. The fuse for the radio either needs to be cleaned or replaced I believe it is the third fuse from the bottom on the left side of the fuse box. It effects the relay in some way. I changed the fuse (which was not blown) and cleaned the fuse contacts, haven't had a problem since.
a mis adjusted brake light switch could cause that fault.
If the warning lights will not turn off it could be the on and off switch. It could also be the relay switch.
Yes, the ignition on a trailblazer can cause head lights to work improperly.
Blown fuse or defective brake light switch.
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Yes, it could.
it could be a faulty alternator bring on all lights
Could have a short in your wire, a bare wire touching bare metal could cause it to ground out.
Bulbs burned out?
The light control module could be the cause of hazard lights coming on after the car is turned off. There could be a problem that has caused this module to become wet and it is now not working correctly.
Could be the switch between the front seats, or a fuse, or a shortcircuit in the wire with power from the battery.
either a fuse for dash or the light switch
All of these parts run on electricity, and for all of them to fail would be bad. Bad or burnt wiring could cause them not to work, or a alternator going bad could cause them not to work as well.
A blown fuse would cause the hazard lights not to work on the 1994 Ford F150. It could also be blown bulbs causing the lights not to work.
These lights have 2 different "lights" in each of them. This occurs frequently. Change out the bulb and everything will be working fine once again.
Nonfunctional Brake LightsOne possible cause of this issue is that the brake light switch is not adjusted properly, or the switch could be defective.
A bad relay switch could be the culprit if dash lights remain on after engine starts in a Toyota. Cold weather can also cause these lights to stay on after the engine starts.
A defective brake light switch could cause the problem. Also a defective turn signal switch could also. The brake lights work through the turn signals. It cancels the brake light so that the turn signal can work.
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Check fuses? Could be a bad headlight switch/ Could be an open in dimmer rheostat?
sometimes the head lights and tail lights may be fused separately,check your fuses.you could have a bad ground.thats just two places to start.
bad wiring in your steering column to the hand control?
led lights inside cluster
Not really. This sounds like a bad ground on the battery or the regulator.
burned out bulb, blown fuse, wiring