When trouble shooting any problem relating to a car you should always start at the simplest of steps. My first thought would be that the motor burned out and you need to replace it, but maybe its not. Cars are very easy to figure out, its getting to those hard to reach areas is the problem. start out by checking the fuse, check to see if its burned out, and needs to be replaced next, check too see if there is a physical block has something got in the way of them being able to close, next check too see if the motoring , and tracking of the system looks good, has one of the inner control arms broken or have you lost a nut or bolt, compare each side with each other to see if there is any differences., This may sound silly but disconnect the battery, maybe the computer forgot to run the signal to rhe motor, by doing this you may reset the computer, if you are mechanically inclined you may be able to figure it out very easily if your not maybe its time to visit your local repair person, good luck.
if both headlights went put it is probably a blown fuse
The headlights go up and down when you turn the headlights on. If they are not going up or down they may be disconnected from the motor. You would have to take the headlights out to see if they are disconnected or not.
if the car was involved in a front end collision the bumper guard could have been pushed back enough to block them from going down. My headlights were in such a way they would go up but not down - had to remove the bumper guard and then straighten out the frame a little for em to work
go to a mechaniac and find out what is wrong with your headlights.
underneath the steering column should be a knob that goes vertically up and down, if its down then the headlights will stay up by shutting the vacuum and if its up then the headlights will go down automatically when the light knob is pushed in.
its to conserve power to start veh. with full voltage to starter headlights will come on after starting car
You go to your car and open the door and find your owners manual. Then you read the index till you get to headlights. Finally you fix them.
If the 1998 Corvette headlights will not go on, you might have bad bulbs or a bad headlight fuse. You can check the fuses by removing the fuse box cover below the dashboard.
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)
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Could be an open in the wiring at streering column
i would assume you need to turn your headlights off as they are the most common reason for the beeping after you turn off the car. My headlights are off and the car is still beeping
Possibly turning on the headlights at dusk. the auto lamp is your daytime running headlights, their on all the time when you start your car and when you stop your car they go off automatically after a min. or two. you can turn this off buy simply turning the switch down i believe, wait until nighttime and then try it out.
Turn the cone shaped knob on top of each motor. The lamps will slowly go down. This will get them down but you will then have to repair the problem.
If you buy blue xenon bulbs they are easily fittable to headlights on most car designs. Any mechanic should be able to do it or you can also do it yourself. If you take it to a mechanic bring the bulbs with you.
You can with some vehicles. Consult the drivers manual.
Well it depends if you're having the old cars it is probably going to go down in speed when you turn the headlights on. If you have models 3 years or less it wouldn't slow down.
i have two problems my dim headlights will not come on.and when go to put in gas it will flow back word make it seem like the car is full.
My car idles really high and wont go down and it will stall if I push on the gas!!
you have to go down to the fuse box and check the fuse that says headlights, or headlamps and that will be the one. u might have to use plyers to get the fuse out and a fuse can be bad wether you see it or not.
Replace the slow headlight motor.
Generally, the car should go faster.
The taillights are supposed to go on when the headlights are activated.
It might be because of moisture. Mine would go out every time it rained. I had my mechanic put a new silicon seal on the headlights and that solved it for me.
No, series circuits are not used in car headlights, because if one headlight were to go out the other would also, because the one light would make an incomplete circuit. Headlights are wired as parallel circuits because when one headlight goes out, the other is unaffected and stays as bright as it was before the other light went out.