Check for frayed or burnt wires ... that's what it sounds like. Follow the wires from your lights to the CPU or battery on the car and if there is no bad wires, it could be a fuse problem.
A good first place to start would be checking the plug, since plugs can be replaced the cheapest.
A common failure on Dodge Dakotas is the headlight switch - about $20 at a discount auto parts store and pretty easy to replace
Also be sure the bulbs are good.
I would check for a bad ground.
Its sounds like you have an electrical problem. When you turn you headlights on, there is a programming in the cars computer which turns the radio ligts down so they dont dazzel you in the dark. As for this happening when you break, this sounds like the electrical fault. Get a mechanic to have a look and advise but only ask him for a quote, then he should not charge you for this. It may turn out to a simple job and you can do it yourself for free. Yours Mike Its sounds like you have an electrical problem. When you turn you headlights on, there is a programming in the cars computer which turns the radio ligts down so they dont dazzel you in the dark. As for this happening when you break, this sounds like the electrical fault. Get a mechanic to have a look and advise but only ask him for a quote, then he should not charge you for this. It may turn out to a simple job and you can do it yourself for free. Yours Mike
At the white line on the edge of the road.
You have an electrical short somewhere. I would first look at each park light bulb, front and back. If all are good and not installed backward then look for a wire that has a frayed spot where it has rubbed against something.
look in the owners manual. However should be by the emergency brake you have to get on the floor and look up
If it is not drying because there is no heat, the best suggestion is to call an appliance tradesman and get them to look at the problem. They will be able to check for leaks, check burner etc.. If it is an electrical problem, the same appliance tradesman should be able to find out what is wrong and they are allowed to repair the electrical fault.
Most headlight circuit breakers are located in the headlight switches. Headlights are on a circuit breaker automatic reset so headlights don't go out if there is a problem and will blink on and off to get you off the road safely until you can fix the problem. Look for a short in the wiring between the headlight switch and the headlights themselves.
Your headlights should be on whenever it will make a difference on the road. If you can look at the road and be able to tell that your headlights are on/off, then they should be on. Some states, such as New York, require headlights to be on when visibility is limited, such as in rain or fog, even in the day, regardless of whether or not you can see them on the road. In fact, one of the criteria for headlights is whether or not you are using your windshield wipers. At dusk or, in some states where mandated, when it is raining or foggy and you need to turn on your windshield wipers.
Look under the hood in the fuse block there. they should be labeled
Look to the side of the road at the white line
98' headlights look better
It is possible that the electrical wirings are grounded. You'll probably need to get an auto-electrician to take a look at it.
Look on the right side fender (under the hood) right behind the battery, there should be a black box there with relays inside (fuel pump is one of them) and in one of these spots should be 2 15 amp fuses for the headlights. another thing to check is the headlight switch itself, take it out and if it looks burnt or smells bad that could be your problem
Then go to a professional and have them look at it. Or your headlights and taillights light bulb thing is blown out. Either way you should go to a professional or have them come to you and DON'T DRIVE YOUR CAR!:0)
A blown fuse.
It sounds like your having electrical shorts in your steering column. I'd start by replacing the turn signal lever.
pop the hood and look beside your headlights on the inner side of them, there should be a a little round cap type thing with an arrow on it. remove this cap and turn the dial, this is the manual way to raise and lower the headlights
Answer for headlightsIf the headlights are the stock ones, there is a hole at the top near the outer edge of the fixture. You look down in there and should see a gear. A standard size Phillips screw driver will fit in there and turn that gear, raising or lowering your light beam.
Raise your hood and look on the frame that sits over your headlight. There should be a hole and if you look down in it you should see a screw. Turn it left/right to raise/lower headlight.
It's possible that the fact that it's light or dark has nothing to do with your headlight working or not working. Look into other causes of the problem: Such as: Is is wet outside?, How about overheating of the components surrounding your headlights?
Check the fuse and fuse panel. It might have moisture in it.
To adjust your headlights on a Peugeot 106, you need to find the screws to covers the headlights. Look on the chrome that covers the headlights, and if not there, check under the rim.
Stop the car in a safe place at night. Put the car into neutral and apply the handbrake. Switch on the headlights. Get out of the car and look to see that the headlights are working.
If your ETS light is on you may want to take a look a your brakes. If your brakes are making a noise, then the sensor has tripped your ETS sensor. Your ETS light is just like the ABS in most vehicles, it means there is a brake problem. Usually it means it is time to change them. The ETS should be off unless there is an electrical problem in the switch (located on the autmatic shifter on some models), or some other electrical problem somewhere else that is causing it to read as off by the computer.
You are experiencing a voltage regulation problem. If you look at your headlights during that rev period, they should appear brighter also. The taillights, during braking, load the electrical system and therefore, drop the voltage and cause the lights (all lights, they are most easily noticed) to dim. Go to an Advanced Autoparts store and have them test your charging system for free.