that means you have MORE than one bulb burned out. The the light indicator does not tell how many and what bulbs are burned out. It stays on until all the burned out bulbs are replaced.
If you are getting an indicator of a burned out light, but don't see a burned out light, it must be a turn signal light. On a Mercedes, you'll actually get a "burned out light" indicator if the turn signal is not working.
I had the same problem on my 1999 Windstar. It turned out that the light bulb for this indicator was burned out. I simply replaced it and the problem was solved!!
you have a burned out bulb. when r/turn is on go to rear and check to see it is also working. the same for left.
The indicator bulb may be burned out.
The fan motor itself may have burned out. The fuse that runs this fan may also be blown and need replaced.
Start out by checking your fuses. If that's good, you either have a burned-out motor or bad electrical connection to motor.
On a 1994 Honda Accord, the brake lamp comes on when a tail light is no longer working. The burned-out bulb needs to be replaced. The brake lamp will not come on after the bulb is replaced.
Possibly both of them are burned out (common). You were running on only one for a while and then that one burned out. The indicator would still be lit.
Legally a defective catalytic converter must be replaced.
You probably have a light burned out. It just needs to be replaced. Turn your signal on and check front and back...One will be on, but not blinking. The other will not be on, It is the one that needs to be replaced.
The 2000 Hyundai Excel indicator light and brake light might stop working all of a sudden because of a burned out bulb. Check all bulbs on the brake lights and turn signals. This problem could also be caused by a blown fuse or a blown flasher fuse.
Did you check if the bulb is ok? Normally if a bulb is burned out the speed of the indicator inside the car increases significantly.
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The best way to troubleshoot why the taillights are not working on a 1999 Toyota Corolla is to first check all of the bulbs to see if one is burned out. Then check the fuses to see if there is a blown fuse. If the problem is still not found, a code reader in the ECU (computer) might show a code that will help find the problem.
The most obvious reason is because you burned the CD incorrectly.
Could be any number of possibilities: * burned out bulbs * blown fuse * corroded terminals * corroded sockets * broken or shorted wire * turn indicator switch failure
bulb burned out; fuse/circuit breaker open
No, once the transmission clutches are burned up they must be replaced.
One reason why an AC heater fan will not work on a Mazda 3 is that the fan is burned out. It will have to be replaced. However, first check to make sure that you have not simply blown a fuse.
Oil can either be burned, or it can leak
It means one of them is burned out.
Faulty relay. Or electrical problem. Lets just hope in your case its the relay. In my girlfriends Toyota corolla the relay was the one inside the drivers compartment just under the fuse box. The local autowreckers had one for $2. In my case it was a little more complicated than this though. I replaced the relay and it was fine for a while, however the same thing happened a week later. A wire burned out from the back of the fuse box and was getting earthed somewhere. I replaced this the entire length of the wiring loom and problem fixed.
it means that a bulb is burned out
Your fuse box cover should have a label inside showing which fuse is for which componet. If you don't see it on the fuse box inside the car, try looking at the one under the hood. I don't think it's under there for the turn signals, but the headlight fuses are under there. If the back signals are working, it's probably not the fuse, but burned out bulbs in the front. You can tell if the front bulbs are burned out just by looking at the turn signal indicator on the dash. If one of the bulbs is burned out, it will blink real fast on the dasn indicator. I hope this helps shed a little light on it for you.