Process of elimination.
If they stay on for a few minutes before turning off, it is a safety feature that many newer model vehicles have. It's to give you light for a few moments in order to get from your car to your doorstep (assuming it's dark). Usually, if you turn off the lights before turning off the engine, the lights will turn off immediately, and if you turn off the engine before turning off the lights, they will stay on to light your way for a few minutes. If your headlights are not turning off at all, your problem is probably either a faulty headlight switch, or a faulty headlight relay.
The headlights on a 96 Chevy Silverado are adjusted by turning the screws on the top and side of the headlights. It allows the lights to be adjusted for optimal night vision.
The range of the headlights on a Vauxhall Tigra may be adjusted by turning the adjuster wheel. It is located on the dashboard of the vehicle.
From th einside of the trunk there are three plastic wing nuts that hve to be removed in order to remove the taillight. Once the taillight is out You can remove the bulb by turning it Counter clockwise.
Turning on the headlights with the engine turned of.
Because the power for your headlights is pulled from your battery. When the dashboard lights dim after turning on the headlights the dashboard lights aren't getting as much power as they were with the headlights off. With the motor running or off? The headlights draw a lot of current, but should not visibly affect other systems. There could be a problem with a worn out battery, an alternator that isn't charging correctly, or you have a bad earth between the battery and the chassis. Check the large cable connection between the battery (usually negative these days) and the bodywork, or between the engine block and the bodywork.
try turning your dimmer switch Also check your wiring, in my 89 LX it has the digital dash and that was the problem
There are three headlight settings on your headlight switch. You can turn the low beam headlights on by turning the headlight switch.
The headlights on a 2004 Pontiac Montana are adjusted by turning the screws along the back and side of the headlight assembly. They control the horizontal and vertical movement of the headlights to allow for precise aiming.
I would suspect the switch...It is 20 years old.
If it isn't turning over then it may be a problem with your starter motor. If it is turning over but not starting then it could be a range of things. Fuel pump would be one thing to check. If you turn on headlights and they are very dim then it could be that your battery is very flat (but enough charge to still run the dash lights as they are a much lower power rating then headlights etc)
if the knob used to turn you headlights on is pulled to turn them on, try turning the knob counter-clock-wise and that should turn the gauge lights on and if you keep turning it it will turn the dome light on too.
Physically has a turning problem ? Try your spare key and still has the problem? Replace the ignition switch.
If you're referring to your headlights turning yellowish or fogging over use polishing compound and rub the heck out of them and if you do it right they will look as good as new. When done with the rubbing compound apply some good wax to protect them longer. The fogging of the headlights is a common problem.
The headlights on a Dodge Caravan are adjusted by turning the screws located on the top and side of each light. They should be adjusted with the lights pointed at a wall for accuracy.
Answer: on the turning signal switch turn the handle forward for headlights. high beams pull in to flash. push out for high beams to stay on.
For the 1999 Chevy Tahoe, automatic headlights are turned on by default. Turning them off requires opening the bezel on the dashboard and removing the light sensor.
The headlights on a 2000 Kia Sportage are adjusted by turning the two adjustment screws on the side and back of the headlights. They allow for both horizontal and vertical movement.
Had the same problem. Exchange the LCM (Lighting Control Module), which is located under the steering column, togehter with the Mulitifunction Switch (turning lights, wiper control lever). This will stop the headlight problem, but I have some other difficulties with my lights - have a look at: http://www.2carpros.com/forum/2003-crown-vic-police,-headlights-shut-off-while-in-opera-vt90501.html
check dimmer switch for headlights
When turning headlights on, pull out on headlight switch knob.
You can increase visibility in dense fog by turning on your low beam headlights.