you probably need to change your fuses you probably need to change your fuses
turn the knob on the left side of the steering wheel on the dash. It will brighten the dash, and radio lights by turning it to the right and it will dim the lights by turning it to the left.
from what i know there are separate fuses for the left side lights and the right side lights so it might be a fuse
Depends on the car. I think usually its on the Left side of the steering wheel.
the fuse for the tail lights is under the drivers side kick panel ,its the one that is at the far end (closest to the engine bay)the dash light one is under the left hand side (Passenger)kick panel
Open the drivers door, remove panel on left side of dash. This panel is covered when the door in closed.
The body computer is in control if the lights. It is on the back side of the under dash fuse box.The body computer is in control if the lights. It is on the back side of the under dash fuse box.
In the fuse panel, located under the dash, driver's side.
could be a fuse, your fuse box is located under the drivers side dash.
Maybe the rheostat is turned to off. Round wheel found near steering coluum on dash. Maybe the fuse for dash lights is blown. Should be in dash fuse box. Look low on left side of dash. Panel should pull away.
The dash lights are connected to fuse #2 in the fuse block which controls: Instrument cluster, illumination, license plate lamp, parking lamps, side marker lamps, tail lamps, (radio, climate control illumination). The fuse block is located just under the dash right about where your left knee is when you are sitting in the driver seat. Note: If only your dash lights are out and the other lights listed above are working, then your dimmer may be turned down (located on the left side of the dash, down low by your left knee as well) or else the dimmer may be bad or there is a wiring problem. Good luck.
Check the flasher for the turn signals which is under the dash on the left side of the steering column . It is different from the emergency flasher.
replace main engine relay,see if problem goes away.check that round button dimmer switch on left side of steering wheel dash, they usually get cold solder joints and just quit giving no lights but if it shorted out it could go the other way.
No the tail lights are in the fuse box on the drivers side the dash lights are just bulbs you have to replace when they burn out.
I've had some cars in the past with similar issues... The dimming dash lights upon braking turned out to be a weak battery. As the brake lights went on, it took power away from the dash lights. On another car, my dash lights would sometimes flicker. I found that the dimmer control was loose. Sometimes fiddling with that switch will help.
Look on fuse panel below dash on left side of steering column. Pull seat right back to see this properly.
Hazard lights are on the right bottom side of the steering column. The brights are on the left side control switch attached to the steering column, simply pull towards you instead of up or down for directional lights. On the far left side of the dash board are the parking lights and regular headlights that you push on the top to activate and push down on the bottom to turn off the lights.
In the center of the dash on the left side is a timer relay. it is probably bad, causing the delay part of the lights to not work.
on the left side of dash board there is a little buttom push it in it will pop out turn it to either brighten dim on turn on interior lights
Tail/parking lamps are powered from the same fuse as the dash lights. Fuse panel is either on the interior side of the firewall above the left footwell or on the left inner fender under the hood.
Should be fuse box on passengers side as you open the door it is right on the side of the dash.
you have to replace the dashboard lite fuse in the fuse pannel ,it is located under the dasboard on the left side
You might have automatic lights. The sensor is on top of the dash on the left side. If you have that there is a switch to turn it off.
There is not a fuse, only a relay box, that consist of like 3 relays. One for running lights, one for bright lights, and the other is for the dim................The box can be found in the back of your glove box on the left, on the back wall. There is a fuse for your lights on the side of your dash, open the drivers door and you will see a panel on the side of your dash, all fused for Blazer is here..........
I have a 1999 VW Passat and had the passenger side dash lights go out. I had to get new vents for that side believe it or not as they are connected in some way.
It means that one of the bulbs is out on one of your brake lights, whether it is the back window, right or left side, or in the spoiler.