If the night running lights have failed the bulbs should be checked. Find the bulb housings and remove the parts. After the bulbs are replaced check the lights.
Working brake lights are important for safety reasons while driving. It is important to check all of the wiring, if the brake lights are not working and the fuses and bulbs have been checked.
have you checked the bulbs and fuses
Had short in trailer light, blew fuse, checked traile, thought fixex, did not, blew turn signal fuse along with emergency flasher fuse, checked again, found problem, but no lights, replaced fuses, nothing works, have checked everything I know, even pulled stering wheel checked swith, nothing wrong, has me at wits end, plesse advise
Because your brake system is not working properly. You need to have your brake system checked out and repaired before you have to make an emergency stop and then they fail to brake as they should. ALWAYS DRIVE SAFELY
check the ground on your tailights R.W: Have you checked the turn signal switch? That may have to be replaced.
Turn signal relay needs to be replaced. If you turn on the hazard (emergency) switch, all the signal lights should come on. This says the lights are okay.
When the signal lights are not working on a car, there are a couple of things that could be going on. One could be that the bulb needs to be replaced. The other possibility is that the signal relay needs to be replaced.
The light switch.
my Oldsmobile alero did the same thing. It turned out to be as simple as a blown bulb in my tail light.
turn signal switch needs replaced!
Check bulbsTailights are usually common to the parking and dash light circuit
More than likely the ballast in the fixture has failed.
How about a malfunctioning brake light switch
I live in the state of TN and have gotten a ticket with the box for "Missing Required Lights" checked. The officer said that one of the tail lights were out, but both of the tail lights work. Can I be convicted for this?
Turn signals just quit working- have replaced flasher- checked all bulbs and fuses, checked all obvious wires, cleaned grounds, replaced the turn signal switch (that was an adventure). At a loss- any help out there? Hazards work fine- all other lights work fine- turn signals dead
I tried all the fuses, the parts that under the brakes I checked that. All lights come on and working except the brake lights no break lights.
have u checked ur relays?
I assume you have checked/replaced the bulbs. Take a cicuit tester and check the wire harness connections under the bumper and around the trailer connector if you have one. The problem must be at that area IF all your other lights are working as you said.
It needs checked out but both the hazard and brake lights go through the turn signal switch.
Aircraft landing lights are key to takeoff and landing, and should always be working and checked prior to takeoff. Replacement lights can be purchased from Amglo and XEVision.
The bulbs should be checked on a 1993 Dodge Dakota if the taillights are not working. The plugs on the trailer package should also be checked to make sure that they are working.
Try the fixes offered in the "Related Question" below... Chances are really good they'll work for you.
What do you mean fix lights? which lights? Are the lights not working or does it have a broken lens. If the light doesn't work, have you checked the bulb? Is it burnt out? Is the socket in good working condition? Did you use you test light to see if it has power? Is the fuse good?
Sounds like turn signal flasher needs replacement