If the problem occured because you removed the radio,I found I had to ground the wire going to the radio light to complete the circuit,then all my dash lights came on.If you have a small bulb connected with 2 wires,with one going to ground touch the other wire to each of the wires in the radio connecting plug one at a time and see if your dash lights come on. you must have car`s main light switch turned on first.
did you check the fuse?
Check your fuse.
Tail-lights and dashboard lights are on the same switch on the dashboard and on the same fuse. Check the fuse and if that's not it check the switch. Check the fuse underneath the hood. There are some main fuses underneath the hood. I had the same problem on my Chevy P-U when I lowered my boat into the lake, it blew the fuse underneath the hood and I had no tail or dash lights.
check fuses , daytime and lights on use diff fuses.
switch dead short bad wire test wires or trace system out
first thing i would check would be all the fuses. then the light switch
The fuse probably blew that controls the dashboard lights.
The only light that could come on would be the check engine light.
Check the fuses and if they are good then check the brake light switch.
Your owner's manual should provide that information. If you don't have one, it would be a good idea to inquire at your local Dodge dealer and see if you can get one.
first check for voltage to the light . If it is ok, check for the ground.
FIRST I WOULD CHECK FUSE MAYBE BAD USE A]> FUSE TESTER AN GO FROM THERE ARE AS SOMEONE AT PART STORE TO CHECK THEM ?
The switch is likely bad. Check the power going in and out of the switch.
check the dash board ground connection...it may be loose
You need a new fuse
Check fuses? Could be a bad headlight switch/ Could be an open in dimmer rheostat?
If you mean the brake lights are stuck on, then check the stoplight switch located on the top of the brake pedal.
The warning light on the dash of a Dodge Charger could mean different things. It would depend on the year of the Dodge Charger for starters. There are also multiple warning lights. It is recommended to check the owners manual or have it checked my a mechanic.
Check fuses, check for a failed (and possibly melted) headlight switch.
Check fuses Check bulbs
because you hooked into the lights ground I bet usually you blow the fuse everytime you turn on the lights check your radio ground
Some cars have a knob for the headlights. If this knob is turned left or right when pulled out, it changes the brightness of the dashboard lights from off to full brightness.
Check bulbs - they are double filamented smaller is for turn and brake lights
Which light are you asking about? Dashboard location would help -- Brake lights mean the brake is being applied, but I'm sure that's not what you're asking.