Pull your fuses until you seen 1 where the metal inside is cracked look carefully because sometimes there is a very small line in between the metal. The instrument cluster on the 1999 Windstar (3.8L) is one of the larger computerized modules. I am thinking it is probably the same on the '95. In any event, I show four fuses providing power to various parts of the cluster. All are located in the central junction box. Check fuses 9 (10 amp), 10 (10amp), 15 (10 amp) and 28 (10 amp). All of these provide power to the instrument cluster on the '99. Hopefully, yours is the same module. Carl Be sure to check the Owners Manual for an illustrated guide to the fuseboxes - See "Related Questions" below
Should be common to the parking/tailight fuse
Sounds like Stop light switch needs to be replaced Sounds like Stop light switch needs to be replaced
turn signal switch needs replaced!
When break lights do not turn off when the brake pedal is fully retracted suggests two possible causes: * The brake light switch is out of adjustment and needs to be adjusted. * The brake light switch is defective and needs to be replaced.
the brake light switch on the brake pedal is bad and needs to be replaced. A $10.50 part at parts store.
The brake lights won't turn off because the brake light switch on the pedestal of the brake pedal needs to be replaced.
Switch on brake pedal needs tightened replaced, or switch for lights needs tightened or replaced.
If you have the same bulb for brake and signal, brake light power needs to be interrupted by the signal lights, The brake circuit has to go through the signal light switch so the problem could be there.
Bulbs. All the bulbs are fed from the same fuse.
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.
on the dashboard of my 2005 325i BMW there is a warning light that is not shown in my manual. the entire car is light up, and at the back left rear there is a red lamp light. To above statement: A light is out and needs to be replaced.
Most probably the light switch assembly on the steering column needs replaced.
If these two lights come on together then the extra traction sensor is broken and needs to be replaced when the sensor is fixed the check engine light will go off and the ets light will work properly again.
Brake switch needs replaced.
The switch on the break pedal needs to be adjusted or replaced.
The whole turn signal arm unit needs to be replaced
The 2001 Chevy Blazer brake lights may not work and the third bake stays on because the current light needs to be replaced. A replacement brake light can be purchased at an Auto Parts store like Pep Boys.
That means either the Front or rear bulb is not working and needs to be replaced.
If just one tailight out -should be a burned out bulb If all parking/tail/ and dash lights outs may be fuse
check the fuses and check the bulbs.
When a console light flashes on a Mitsubishi?æand the light continues to flash that may mean a sensor needs to be replaced. A certified mechanic can have it replaced.
no, the switch in the steering column is bad and needs replaced.
Probably the flasher unit needs to be replaced. This is an electronic switch which usually mounts underneath the dashboard.
Without knowing some more facts, there could be several different answers to explain why a ceiling fan's lights "go out":someone has turned them off at the switch for the lights on the fan unit;the light bulbs are "dead" and need replacing because their filaments have broken;there is a fuse protecting the lighting circuit and it needs replacing because it blew from the surge of high current that sometimes happens when a light bulb "dies";there is a timer in the fan unit which turns the lights off after a certain period of time;the wiring from the switch to the light has become disconnected;the switch in the fan that controls the lights is broken and needs to be replaced...
If neither of the brake lights come on when the brake pedal is depressed, you should check the break light switch which is usually located behind the break pedal assembly. Look for a losse or disconnected wiire to the switch. If one does light up them you need to check the led bulb to see if it is good or needs to be replaced