Blown fuse, or they are turned off. Depending on the vehicle, you turn them up or down with either the trip meter reset button or the light switch. Try rotating either one. If fuses are not blown then it could be the bulbs are all blown too. All four of mine were blown. It's a bit of a process to get to them. Did mine the other night and took about 3 hours to get it done. I noticed a question posted on how to change these bulbs. It mentioned taking the entire dash panel out, but if only remove the dash shield you can pull the bulbs straight out instead of twisting out their sockets from the rear.
If the Ford Galaxy dashboard lights don't work, there could be a problem with the fuses. There is also a possibility that a bulb is burned out or there is a short in the wiring.
The park lamps fuse is blown
First check your fuses if none are blown then check the switch.
Check the fuse for the instrument lights. Also there is a rheostat that is used to dim the instrument lights. If it is turned too far the lights will go out.
Im 99% sure you have a fuse blown, its the parking lamps fuse. a fuse may be blown
the bulbs that illuminate that section of the dash have most likely burned out and will need to be replaced
are you sure the lower brake lights your talking about aren't tail lights. That's my guess. Check in the fuse box for a fuse labeled dash, illumination, parking or something to that effect.
There have been many assaults near the cinema at night so the council put up lights to illuminate the area.
The most probable cause of both lights being on at the same time is a malfunction of each system. The brake light may illuminate because of a problem with the ABS unit, or because of low brake fluid. The battery light may illuminate because of a problem with the charging system, such as a malfunctioning alternator or dying battery. It could also be a problem common to both lights, such as a bad ground somewhere or an ECU problem.
what the headlight lights mean on the dash
I had a similar problem with my 1991 Maxima. The dashboard lights did not work. I could not find a fuse. Then I noticed the parking lights did not work. I could not find a fuse. Finally I noticed the tail lights did not work. I checked the fuse and it was burnt. After replacing it all is okay again.
1- the light switch, or 2- the wiring on the plug to the light switch from the car, or 3- a blown fuse
u may have a defective multifunction switch
The headlights could have bad bulbs or a bad fuse; the two sets of lights are on different circuits.
From my Experience most of the time its a fuse that is blown. The dashboard and tail lights run off the same fuse
You could be having a problem with your spark plugs and your dashboard is alerting you. You should have a mechanic check it out.
could be two things bad earth behind the dash or on the lights. Or if you control your lights on a stem coming off the steering column that could be faulty? it is indicating your daytime driving lights are on
If no lights are coming on the dashboard and depending on the vibrations. Could be a motor mount.
On a Peugeot partner, the dashboard warning lights typically mean you must get your vehicle serviced. They could be going off for a number of reasons, such as: the oil needs to be refilled or the engine is not maintained.
The meaning of a dashboard warning light on an Oldsmobile Intrigue could be a variety of things. There are different lights for different things for different years of that model. It could be a service engine, check oil, sensor check, or more. The owners manual should have a listing of warning lights included in it.
Look it the car's dashboard. A light will illuminate if the pressure is too low. If this happens STOP immediately, if you continue to run the engine it could seize.
It depends on which lights are on. There could be an issue with the oil or the tire pressure or you may just need gas.
The bulb could be burnt out, there could be a wiring problem, or the module could be faulty.
My dashpanel lights stopped working in your Chevy Monte Carlo ss 2001 what could the problem be