The middle two lights should be on when you turn on the headlights.
ummm... your brake lights should ALWAYS work whether your headlights are on or not, that's how people behind you know you are stopping.
Low beam headlights and fog lights if the vehicle has fog lights.
Brake lights should NOT be effected by the headlights. Brake light function is completely independent of the headlights. Assuming you are not refering to the tail lights, or marker lights, which are supposed to come when the head lights are turned on. Not having brake lights when the head lights are on is a big safety problem and should be corrected.
Rotate the plastic casing 1/8 turn counterclockwise. It should then be easily removed from the reflector housing. The bulb pulls straight out from the plastic casing.
In fog you should use dipped headlights or front fog lights. Also you should use high intensity rear ( fog) lights.
When the headlights are on.
i had a problem with my 99 grand am...the lights were pointing at each other towards the ground about 10 feet in front of the car...there should be several screws above or behind the headlights on either side...take it out on a road at night and have someone sit in the car while u adjust the lights with a screwdriver but be easy because the plastic piece that surrounds the headlights break easily.
on the same switch that turns your head lights on...you should see a little pull switch at the tip, when you turn on the headlights pull it out...it will not work unless the headlights are on
if you recenly replaced bulbs u may have installed them backwards they should be running lights and brake lights if this is the case they maybe installed incorrectly
Turn on your headlights and hazard lights, call 911
In the back should be tail lights which always come on when the headlights or parking lights are on, and stoplights which come on whenever the brakes are pressed. The stoplights should be brighter than the tail lights, but they should be separate.
Yes! Pilots are very careful about their night vision, and you -will- upset them if you put your headlights in their eyes. This is not to say that you should turn all your lights off though. You should have your parking lights on, as well as turning on your four-way blinkers (hazard lights) whenever driving on the airport ramp.
It means that your fog lights are on - which should only happen when your headlights or at least parking lights are on.
They should just dim. By turning the headlights on, the engineers assumed it would be dark. Often there's a knob or wheel on the dash where you can adjust the brightness of your gauge lights.
You should dim your headlights within 500 feet of the car in front of you. The rule of thumb is, if you can see another car, dim your lights.
The brake lights should not come one until you step on the brakes. The tail lights should come on when the headlights are on. If they're weak, maybe there's dirt in/on the lenses or maybe the bulb is old and clouded. Change the bulbs and see if that improves things.
dipped headlights (and foglights (a red one at the back and two low slung white lights at the front) if you have them).
Turn off headlights and leave parking lights on.
Turn off headlights and leave parking lights on
turn off headlights and leave parking lights on
You first need to remove the black plastic covering by unscrewing the big plastic bolts. They just unscrew so don't try to remove. Look down where your headlights are and there should be plastic clips (mine are blue and white) you need to push on the lever on the bottom of the plastic clip at the same time as you are pushing down. ( I cheat and use tools for additional muscles, a flat screwdriver works best) It should come off disconnecting the power from your headlights. There should be 3 spots where lights can go, hi-beams, headlights, and turn signals....determine which one needs replacing. Turn the back of the light clockways and it should pop out carefully. Replace and turn counterclock ways until light is locked back into place. Replace clips and black plastic cover.
yes, it's your day time running lights. should be a fuse for it in your relay box under the hood.
pretty much, if your impalas like mine, when you start the car, your headlights will come on, but you should have a little nob to the left of your steering wheel. it should be in the middle, if you pull it out, your lights will stay on, even after turning off your car, if you push it all the way in, your lights will turn off, you can also turn it to adjust brightness of dome lights and dash lights.
Open the trunk and look for the wires that connect to the license plate lights. You should see a plastic piece that hooks into a socket. Simply grab the plastic piece and turn and the lights should come right out. The lights may be behind a paneling.