It sounds like it could be faulty wiring or loose wiring. In the cold, metal, thus wires, contract. I have dealt with this in my car and I had to test each wire to find out where the problem was. Chances are that the wires are barely touching, or it is exposed and touching something else and that is what is causing the blinkers not to work.
A bad relay switch could be the culprit if dash lights remain on after engine starts in a Toyota. Cold weather can also cause these lights to stay on after the engine starts.
If parking lights and dash lights are not working and fuse blows out, there might be a problem with battery corrosion. Check the components specific to the circuits of the affected lights. It might be loose.
Headlight switch (IT) controls the dash lights ALSO.Some have a fuseable link..ASSUMEING all the bulbs are g00d..
check your ground wires...they might be loose or detached.
Might be a weak battery
It does have both tail lights as well as dash lights
Are you talking about ALL the lights, or just the dash lights? If it is just the dash lights, you might have a bad ground for the dash electronics, or bad connection at the Dash Dimmer control. But if you are talking about headlights, too, check the gound wires on the battery... perhaps wiggle them around until the lights flash. The brake light switch should not do this. It only controls the back lights. if its only the dash lights lighting up when you hit the brake, check the brake bulbs and make sure that they are the correct bulbs. (dual filament) and that the base of the bulbs contacts arent touching
Check your fuse for tail lights. I think the dash and tail lights are on the same fuse so you know when your tail lights don't work. Might have a short or an open in that circuit.
where are the dash bolts located to replace burnt dash lights
Probably the dash fuse is blown, or the dimmer switch for the dash lights is bad!
replacing dash board lights
dash lights looks like an engine
No the dash lights should be with your parking lights.comment2: They are on separate circuits. Power usually goes from the "taillight fuse" to a small 5 amp dash light fuse and then to the dash dimmer wheel or knob. Then it feeds the dash lights. A blown tail light fuse makes the dash lights go out also. A blown dash fuse only affects the dash lights.
You might want to check or replace your dash dimmer light switch. I found this to cause either no dash lights or intermittent lights. Check the fuse box under the hood. The fuse you need is under the hood.
Yes, your tail lights will go out when your dash board lights go out.
If you mean the lights, it's probably just the headlight switch itself, which can be rotated to adjust the brightness of the dash lights. Turn it back and forth to see if the dash lights wake up. If you mean the dash electronics altogether, that'd be wiring.. probably a ground - get a schematic and get to it. check ur fusebox..fuse might be blown
might be a fuse
Yes, under the dash
on the brake pedal under the dash is a brake light switch. that when you depress the brake it turns your lights on. you might wanna check that
check your fuses
The relay that controls the taillights and interior lights on a 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage is in the driver's side fuse box. It is to the left of the steering wheel in the dash. One thing to note about this vehicle is if a brake light burns out, the car might also lose the dash lights or interior lights. Check the brake lights before replacing a fuse that might not need replacing.
all other lights on car work ,just no dash lights,could it be a fuse?
check your fuses according to your fuse panel If you have no dash lights, you probably have no tail lights - same fuse.
from what i know there are separate fuses for the left side lights and the right side lights so it might be a fuse
There is a power or ground wire hooked up backwards. (95%sure)