There is usually a switch somewhere on the door frame that gets pushed in when the door is closed (which actually means that the swith contacts are open and no current can flow) but when you open the door the switch contacts are closed current flows and the dome light comes on. Check and make sure this switch is working correctly. There may be a circuit that keeps the dome light on after you leave your car and this may be the culprit also. It may also be that the dome light itself is starting to burn out. Aint electricity fun? LOL Seriously, most electrical problems have to do with a loose wire, bad switch or poor insulation. But then again it could be something more involved. It's like most problems, it's all about putting on your detective hat, having the right equipment and snooping around. Having a shop manual will almost always be a benefit. TommyTrouble
it might be a horn relay switch or a wire or simply check related fuses in the compartment.
The low traction light comes on in the 2003 Buick Century if the road is icy or if the road is wet. This is a warning light to let the driver know to slow down. If the light is coming on for no reason, the tires might be the problem. Bald tires can cause this light to come on.
That might be the PCV pipe or some other vacuum leak. That will cause stalling.
This might help and it might not. On the 94 Century, from the back of the alternator, go to the fairwall. You'll find a 4 wire connector, disconnect and remove the regulator.
checked fuses, or checked for voltage to interior light socket?
The lights on the odometer on a 1999 Chevy Blazer might not work because of a burned out fuse. They might also not work if the lights are burned out.
You need the fuse box.
you're wiring might not be grounded right, then you might have a short in the wires
I had the same problem with my 90 buick century, Replacing the temperature sensor did the trick, it is located above and behind the water pump.
Are you low on antifreeze ?
Flashing lights might affect the balance by causing a person to feel unsteady or confused when confronted by these lights. Flashing lights can also cause seizures that affect balance in some cases.Ê
Check the belts. The most common cause of squealing is a worn or loose belt on the front of the engine.
might be a fuse
Probably a loose wire or a short in the wiring that powers the dashboard lights. Also check the fuses and the wiring to and from them.
bad switch on brake pedal? do you have brake lights?
you must have something wrong with your switches hun,you might want to get an electrician
you might have slung a rod.
check the brake light switch it might be sticking. located under the dash connected to the brake pedal
Answer to how to replace reverse lightsU should be able to open ur trunk , and on the inside where the light are mounted should be some sort of screws , usually behing the carpet or whatever material is their. Once the screws are undone u should be able to slowly pull the whole light assembly out ( might require a littel tuggen if they havent been taken out in a while ) once that's done u should be able to replace the lights.
The lights wiring is grounded and you might want to check to see if the ground is connected properly to the frame.
If parking lights and dash lights are not working and fuse blows out, there might be a problem with battery corrosion. Check the components specific to the circuits of the affected lights. It might be loose.
On your light switch there is a dimmer for the dash lights . if you turn it all the way to the left your interior lights should come on , turn it to the left and see if that works otherwise it might be a door switch .
A bad ground wire is the most common cause of turn signals and brake lights not working. The ground wire connection might be corroded.
there is something wrong with the wiring in you car or brain, you might as well take it to the mechanic.
Likely the blower motor is bad, causing increased current and blowing the fuse. Replace the blower motor.