Depending on the age of the vehicle, one of the engine control devices might have ceased to function properly. Go to a car parts store and see if they will run a code check on your vehicle. There are some who will do that for you at no charge. But then, buy your parts from them. And find somebody who knows about cars, and have them install the new part(s)if you ar not able to. Change your ignotion switch in your steering column just under your key core.
yes, I have a 2000 Chevrolet blazer and to turn the daylights (Automatic lights)of on it you have to push the "DOME OVERIDE" button until the chime sounds or until the lights go out ussually about 3 times...anymore questions just ask me at firstname.lastname@example.orgJared Mullins AKA Blazer BoyAnsweryes, I have a 2000 Chevrolet blazer and to turn the daylights (Automatic lights)of on it you have to push the "DOME OVERIDE" button until the chime sounds or until the lights go out ussually about 3 times... anymore questions just ask me at email@example.comJared Mullins AKA Blazer Boy
Daylight driving = bright dash lights Night driving = dimmed dash lights. This automatic dimming feature assumes that you only drive with your lights on during poor light or night conditions.
Try pressing the emergency brake pedal one click to turn off Daytime running lights - Works in my 97
This sounds like a bad light switch. The head lights are usually wired seperately from all other lights so the only common point is at the switch.
The lights on the odometer on a 1999 Chevy Blazer might not work because of a burned out fuse. They might also not work if the lights are burned out.
If you have no dash lights at all on your 1989 S10 Blazer, a blown bulb can be the problem. You should also check the fuse.
The alternator is failing.
Are your lights automatic or do you have to turn them on??? If there automatic then you need to turn the knob to the left of the steering wheel and turn it to "Off" and its the same if there not automatic too.
where is the fuse for driving lights for a 2010 ford escape
Well when you are driving the alternator is at a constant speed then when you slow down the alternator sort of skips a beat causing the lights to dim!