Are you talking about ALL the lights, or just the dash lights? If it is just the dash lights, you might have a bad ground for the dash electronics, or bad connection at the Dash Dimmer control. But if you are talking about headlights, too, check the gound wires on the battery... perhaps wiggle them around until the lights flash. The brake light switch should not do this. It only controls the back lights. if its only the dash lights lighting up when you hit the brake, check the brake bulbs and make sure that they are the correct bulbs. (dual filament) and that the base of the bulbs contacts arent touching
where does the yellow wire with a black stripe on it connect for dimmer lights,panel lights,and gear shift lights,for a 2000 Mitsubishi galant
If dome lights and sunroof of a Mitsubishi Galant are not working, it is probably due to blown fuse. It is time to replace old ones.
i am having the same problem with my galant.
You cannot turn off the Daytime running lights on a Mitsubishi Galant without cutting the wire. This is because the car is set up to have these lights on at all times during operation.
I have changed the headlight but I need to adjust it as the lights don't hit the road
check high/low beam relay and switch
i have found the answer in the owners manual on some galants and others the dealer had to do it hooked up to a computer.
There is a small plastic piece that rotts away after years of use. Any mechanic can replace it in 15 min.
The Mitsubishi Galant has several warning lights on the dash and they are all outlined in the car's owner manual. Some of them include an exclamation point inside a semi-circle in indicate low tire pressure, a dip stick to indicate low oil, and a lightening bolt over an engine to indicate the car needs to be serviced for a possible problem.
Side panel on driver's side of instrument panel. To access open driver's door and slide forward panel by pulling on indentation.
had the same problem on my 2000 galant. the bulb holder was not getting a good ground on the passenger side. i cut and wedged a piece of aluminum from a can between the bulb holder and where it fits into the light. both lights came on and worked fine. hope this helps.
On the in side of the door on the driver side of the dash just open the door and pull the panel cover off.