The first thing I'd do is check the fuse. If the fuse is good the you might have a short in a wire somewhere.
Check the daytime running lights module. This has failed with other manufactures resulting in lights that stay on, or are very dim while the vehicle is running.
If the headlight that runs through the modulator first is out then the daytime running lights won't work. Change the bulb and the daytime lights should then work.
Answering my own question here, it's what I thought it was. One of my high beams was out, so my high beam indicator was flashing when my headlights were not turned on. As for the daytime running lights, they came back on when I changed the bulb.
As a guess both low beams are burnt out The daytime running and high beams are the same light filament. Or the fuse or the relay for the low beams.
On my 98 sunfire, the tail lights and marker lights only work if you turn on the headlights. If only the daytime lights are on, the Pontiac on the trunk is illuminated but no other lights at the rear until brakes or turn signals are activated. This is common with a lot of vehicles out there. Daytime running lights are not necessarily the same candle power as the headlights. I can tell a big difference in mine.
GO AND BUY I NEW light bulb !
Evidentally the lights were wired up wrong. You will have to take ti to someone and have it streightened out. Are you sure they don't work? They only come on when the engine is running and the vehcile is in gear. If you just start the truck up and look for the lights, they will not be on. It has to be in gear.
I have had this problem on my girlgfriends car. Check the wiring running to the lights behind the drivers side headlight under the battery box. The wires were sealed with duct tape from the factory and the connections have just corroded. It's actually a pretty easy fix but dont put it off too long because you eventually wont have lights at all. .
The questions is disjointed that it is impossible to answer....you need to be clear what is wrong and what you want The car is on? Are you sure it's not just the daytime running lights?
If the high and low beam headlights stopped working on a 2000 Toyota Tundra, the fault could be with the headlight relay switch. This is a large fuse located in the fuse box on top of the battery.
same problemit maybe broken and cracked wires which is located in the headlamp wire harness. the harness may need to be replaced. Pink wire in the harness where it passes between the frame and windshield washer bottle is corroded.....easy fix.
you should check around the brake pedal it could be a bad sensor or a wire not grounded. it would really help to know the make and model of the car.but you could also check the fuse box to make sure you don't have a blown fuse.
Just replaced the headlight bulbs in a 98 Grand Cherokee that had the same problem. It had the wrong bulbs in it. It had 9007's in it. Calls for 9004's.
The Headlight switch is where the dash receives it's power from.
check your wiring for your lights under the dash or a bad ground
if it's a Canada model, it's the daytime running lights relay, if us model, then check headlamp relay located in underhood fuse box (also that's where drl relay is)
Pull out on the light switch when you have turned it to the right to turn on the lights.
I could be wrong...BUT when a player is in the zone, they are said to play out of their mind. When they leave they flip the switch. Lights out.
mostly likely when you got the overcharging a fuse or relay was blown. need to locate and replace fuse most likely but possibly a relay.
Assuming the bulbs aren't burned out, it is likely a blown fuse
my back brake lights don't work, but the brake light on the back door does what could be wrong
its not your timing belt you need a alternator belt,but have your battery charged before you drive the car,you could damage the computer with low voltage
In my venture ther is a switch on the overhead console that disables the inside lights.
There could be a couple of reasons why the headlights won't work when the other lights do. One reason could be a blown bulb. Another reason could be a problem in the wiring.
sounds like a bad light switch.