== == Tighten the bulb/plug Make sure both the hot (black) and neutral (white) connections under the wire nuts are solid, and that terminals (screws) are tight. == == <><><> If neither of the above tips help to fix the problem it could be caused by a loose connection anywhere else in the circuit. For example it could be a loose screw which should hold a wire tight in a terminal on a switch that controls the lamp. Always make sure you have switched off your electricity supply at the main breaker before you take a look at those cable screws!
If you don't know how to do that then you must call in a licensed electrical technician to fix the problem as soon as possible because a loose cable screw could be dangerous.
The reason for that warning is this: when the lamp is burning the loose connection is very likely to be getting hot and could start a fire. The danger exists even if the circuit breaker does not cut the current. (It may well not cut the current because it won't be higher than it should be...) Always be sure to switch off the breakers at the main panel
before you attempt to do any work on any mains power circuit. As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.
Before you do any work yourself,
on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,
always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
Interior light comes on by itself. Overhead switch not effective and when it is slid back and forth the light for seatbelt check comes on on the dash. Seatbelts check ok. I get a check seatbelt tone when I slide the overhead switch back and forth. How do I replace interior dome light?
If it does not come back on then forget it. If it comes back on and stays on have it looked at by a professional.
Light does not push back darkness. Darkness is not a thing unto itself that can be pushed. It is simply the relative absence of light.
Try to unplug the positive of the battery for a few seconds then put it back on(if your light comes back after a while then you should go to make it check)
you open the truck or hatch and there should be a panel that comes off and u take it off and twist the light out change the bulb and place the light back in and put the panel back on the panel should be located on the inside of where the brake light is at
it comes back on after about ten minutes
im not sure what you mean by "pressure hose" but if its part of the evaporative emission controls, it pressurizes itself. if you disconnect then reconnect the battery, the check engine light should go out. if that was the problem, the light will stay off. if it comes back on, bring it to a garage, they can "scan" it and find more specifically what the problem is.
If you reset the computer then the Check Engine light comes back on, it just means that the problem still exists. You need to use a code scanner, find out what's wrong, fix the problem properly THEN see if the light comes back on. Often when the problem is properly repaired the light will go off by itself and you don't need to clear the code.
When the compressor comes back on does it stay on?
It comes back and hits you in the face!
I had all sensors replaced in my 03 Trailblazer and the check engine light stiil comes on. Why?
Retract means to take something back, or to disavow it. It also means to draw back. So logically to retract light would mean to draw back the light source, as you cannot physically draw back or tack back light itself once it has been released.
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Yes; in fact, if you see the entire Moon at New Moon, the fact that the dark part is visibile at all is because of the light reflected back from Earth to the Moon. However, for most practical purposes, the amount of light that comes back to Earth is insignificant.
it should be done with an obd2 scanner , but if you don't have one you can just disconnect the battery. But don't be surprised if the light comes back on. The light is on because you have a problem in the computer control system.
I would suggest a second opinion...Try another mechanic.
This is FALSE. The incident wave "happens" when you shine the light AT the mirror. THe light that comes back is called the reflected wave.
Disconnect the battery for 5 minutes. This should reset it. If it comes back on, you have a problem with the engine management system.
You could try disconnecting the battery for ten minutes that would clear the engine light. If it clears the light then comes back on later then the loose cap was not the reason. ==Answer == More than likely the loose cap was the culprit. After a few driving cycles the light should go out. If it does not go out, you could take it to a Parts Store such as Auto Zone and explain what happened and ask them to reset the light. Then if the light comes back on you will know it was not the loos cap.
undo the 2 plastic screws at the back of the light the whole light unit comes off then.
Try taking the battery cable off for about two or three minutes. that should reset the light. If it comes back on, it may be because the controller sees a problem.
The light comes back on when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code. You will need to have the system diagnosed by a qualified technician.
Natural light on Earth comes from the sun, and a little from the moon when it is full, but that of course is sunlight reflected from the moon back to Earth. The moon itself does not produce any light. The actual production of light depends on a very hot (incandescent) source, which is the condition of the outer layer of the sun. It is equivalent to the light radiation from a black body at about 6000 degC.
trac light comes on the car and it stops in middle of the road turn car back on it shakes and step on gas doesn't move what do i do
SOMETIMES SORE THROAT COMES BACK AFTER A WHILE. IF THIS HAPPENS THINK ABOUT VISITING YOUR DOCTOR.