1- you did not properly check the fuses. Check ALL of them. 2- a connection has become lose 3- someone has turned the dimmer switch to OFF or very low. It may also have a problem. Place the dimmer switch to the mid position and see if the lights are on (dim). CHECK THE FUSE PANEL LOCATED UNDER THE HOOD IF YOUR VEHICLE IS SO EQUIPPED.
Fuse for parking lights probably blown.
Most likely a fuse or a bad ground.
Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,
parking lights are in the back of ur car and headlights ar in front of ur car
Not if headlights are reqired by law.
Check the fuse for the headlights. It is probably open.
depends on which lights? inside over head? /Dash board?/Doors? /front headlights?/Flashers?/ turn signals?/ Backing lights?/ Parking lights?/ So which ones ? what Year??
no, you may not, because ,driving with just your parking lights only( in place of your headlights) is against the law
The parking lights are turned on when the headlights are on and you pull out on the light switch. The parking lights cannot be turned on by themselves.
The headlights work on a totally different relay than the parking and fog lights. The headlight relay or headlight fuse is usually blown when only the parking and fog lights work.
Start by checking your fuses. Then bulbs. Then switches in that order.
If you have no brake lights or tail lights then you've probably got an electrical problem. Check the fuses first and see if you have one or more blown.
Me too on a 2001 Sequoia. Drives fine, headlights, parking lights and dash lights work but that's it. Backup lights, air conditioner controls, all gauges, all indicator lights on dash all dead - all at the same time.
Probably a fuse that has expired, change it.
The parking lights on a two-door 1990 Acura Integra hatchback are located in between the headlights and the blinker lights. Replacement requires a size 3652 parking light bulb.
Turn on headlights/parking lights and adjust dimmer control
It's probably time to replace your headlight switch. Had a similar problem on my '95. A new switch fixed her right up.
if you've tried hitting the high/low beam switch & headlights are out on both, then a bad headlight switch or headlight switch plug or high/low beam switch plug not fully engaged.
Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit I had the same problum last year and had to replace the wires.
i was wondering whether the switch at the parking brake could affect this problem.
how do you fix your lighting problem with your 94 chevy cavalier z24 you haveno tail lights dash lights or parking lights
Those aren't headlights, they're considered running lights or parking lights. I believe that mercury calls this a Light Bar.
Headlights are not to stay on all the time,only front parking lights.
it could be the headlight relay. if not it may be in the switch.
headlights or maybe there just firefliesprobably.