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What if your brights lights are stuck on your car?

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2009-12-01 16:36:41
2009-12-01 16:36:41

i would say that your dimmer switch is probably broken

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Fog lights are in the front; they are commonly referred to as "brights" because they are the brighter of the two standard headlights. Brake lights are in the rear; they light up when pressure is applied to the brakes or when the car is in park or reverse.

I SUGGEST YOU DONT DO IT PERSONALLY TAKE IT TO THE DEALER SHIP AND HAVE THEM RESET YOUR CAR *A-S-A-P*

I had this same problem when I first got my 94 beretta. To switch from your regular lights to brights, you have to pull the turning signal lever towards you to switch between normal and brights.

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Check to see if the foglight switch is on. Brights (high-beams) are automatically disengaged when fog lights are being used.

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what about the brights?

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Your switch could be stuck, or you might have a short to ground in your headlight circuit.

You need to not use your brights when behind a vehicle unless there is reasonable distance. A few car lengths is not enough. My rule of thumb is, if I can see THEIR headlight pattern on the road in front of them, no brights. High beams are blinding, especially today with the higher brightness bulbs and the reflections in the rear view mirrors. If you are in doubt, TURN THEM OFF.

This spot is for the optional fog lights. I wish mine had them.

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Possibly the brake light switch at the brake pedal has stayed depressed or stuck.

If the head light switch is in the OFF position, you can flash your brights by pulling the (left side handle) head light switch towards you. As long as you hold the handle the lights will stay on. If the light switch is in the ON position, the brights will STAY ON if the handle is pushed away from you. You can still flash the brights by pulling the handle towards you. If the high-beam (blue light on dash) indicator is illuminated, the brights are on - unless there is a malfunction in your unit.


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