When the Right tail light smashed dash lights went out also?
Generally, dash lights and tail lights are on the same fuse so that if the tail fuse blows you'll know. When the tail light was "smashed", it shorted out the circuit and blew the fuse. You need to fix the tail light before you can get the dash lights to work.
Running lights are on the bow (front) and are green to starboard (right) and red to port (left). A white stern (rear) light completes the three lights necessary on a sailboat. All three can also be together at the top of the mast, and are called a tri-light. If the boat can motor there will also be a steaming light half-way up the mast that must be on while motoring at night.
What is a glowing object with red and green lights that can be seen in Central Florida when looking to the northwest?
If the interior and parking lights on my 99 Nissan pathfinder are not working which fuse do you check?
At the right rear light the brake light wire is white. There is a manufacturer installed connector for a trailer lighting kit use located about 12 inches ahead of the left rear tail light behind the plastic panel holding the accessories options. The connector holds an orange wire for continuous power. It also has the white wire for brake lights. It has the dark green for right signal lights, yellow for left signal. At the…
No the dash lights should be with your parking lights. comment2: They are on separate circuits. Power usually goes from the "taillight fuse" to a small 5 amp dash light fuse and then to the dash dimmer wheel or knob. Then it feeds the dash lights. A blown tail light fuse makes the dash lights go out also. A blown dash fuse only affects the dash lights.
There is a switch on the end cap of the light switch stalk. Pull this cap straigt out after the lights are turned on only. There should be a small light that comes on in the upper right corner of the instrument panel. Turn the driving lights off by pushing in on the end cap that you pulled out. Also, if you turn the ignition off before turning off your lights, the headlights will remain…