If it's only your speedometer then you pulled a wire loose when installing probably. If it's the whole dash check the fuse also sometimes the ground used on OEM radios are not true ground and connecting the ground from your new stereo to it will kill the dash lights. Try running the new ground to a metal bracket under the dash or right out to the BAT negative.Also bulb burned out coincidentilly at that time? It's happened many times.
the bottom beside the pipes
its on timed delay, lights stay on or come on while exiting vehical to make it easier
Check the grounds on headlights
Yes. You need a converter to combine the turn signals with the brake lights.
Do you mean the parking lights? if it's the parking lights that are on, check the switch on top of the steering column.
Unbolt the battery for at least ten seconds. Mechanic, Why are the parking lights flashing after new battery installation?
The manual running light switch may be "on". It is located on top of the steering column, near the dashboard guages, in a 1998 Legacy. The switch operates the lights without requiring the ignition switch to be on.
Many modern Subarus have a small rocker switch on top of the steering column to operate the parking lights with. This switch will operate the lights regardless of whether the key is in the ignition or not.
Under the center of the dash, in front of the console, mounted on the firewall. This one flasher controls the hazard lights and turn signals.
SOUNDS LIKE A BLOWN FUSE DOES YOUR TAIL LIGHTS STILL WORK? 99.9 % THE TAIL LIGHTS ARE ON THE SAME CIRCUT AS THE matker LIGHTS -TAIL LIGHTS
there is a switch that sits on top of the steering column just look between steering wheeltop section and there it sits on the flat section of the column between the levers for wipers and lights
It's on the top of the steering column, just behind the steering wheel.
Left hand side of dash, there is an area that has three rectangles. There are only cover plates on the rectangles with a low option Legacy. Otherwise it's Rear Defog, Cruise On/Off, Fog Lights.
More info needed. Illegaly installing WHAT kind of lights? And.., why would they be illegal?
If it's an automatic; Go to subaruoutback.org, click on Forums, under General > Do-It-Yourself Illustrated Guide > Replacing Lights on the Instrument Cluster.
ABS and brake lights on dash will be on. Speedometer and cruise will be inoperative.ABS and brake lights on dash will be on. Speedometer and cruise will be inoperative.
Go to subaruoutback.org Subaru Outback > General > Do-It-Yourself Illustrated Guide > Replacing lights on the instrument cluster. Good luck...
Not overly familiar with the Lumina, but you might have accidentaly disconected them at the bus, or the CD player could be drawing to much power(unlikely)
If the digital dash lights up but shows no numbers for the speedometer on a 1989 Thunderbird LX, it is possible that a fuse is blown for the speedometer and the fuel gauge. There is more than one light in the dash for the speedometer.
Dashboard area where guages, speedometer, & lights are located
THey are only accessible from the back of the speedometer.
Maybe you have a security system? If you do, as soon as you hook up the battery, it will engage and your lights will flash. You will have to disable it in order to make it stop.
U HAVE TO REMOVE THE SPEEDOMETER FACE PLATE, AND REMOVE THE SPEEDOMETER AND THERE ARE ALL THE LIGHTS ON THE BACK PART OF THE SPEEDOMETER, PD:BE CAREFULL WHEN REMOVING THE SPEEDOMETER THERE IS A SPPEDO CABLE UNDER NEED U HAVE TO DISCONECT THE CABLE FROM BEHIND.
What lights are you talking about? If you are talking about the tail lights - there is a switch on the top of the steering column of my 2001 Subaru RS Impreza. It was designed to allow the lights to stay on if parked on the side of the road. Some states require this. The switch is hard to see unless you look specifically for it.
remove the speedometer then remove the screws on the back of the speedo, this should give you access to lights :)