Any time you have an strange problem with lights it is a poor ground. Your tail lights are back feeding through the brake lights instead of going to ground. I would start by running a jumper wire to the tail light and brake light ground and I would guess the problem would be fixed. You might also want to look at your break light failure indicator. It commonly goes bad in these models.
In the back should be tail lights which always come on when the headlights or parking lights are on, and stoplights which come on whenever the brakes are pressed. The stoplights should be brighter than the tail lights, but they should be separate.
try e brakes..turn the e brakes on and see if it turns off.if it does then you have suto headlights
its on the left turn signal switch, at the end is the headlights, then one in is the fog lights, you twist it just like you would the headlights
Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,Headlights, interior lights, parking lights,
Fog lights are in the front; they are commonly referred to as "brights" because they are the brighter of the two standard headlights. Brake lights are in the rear; they light up when pressure is applied to the brakes or when the car is in park or reverse.
The warning lights on a 1988 Toyota Celica will usually mean that your engine is needing to be serviced. However, the warning lights can also mean that your brakes need to be serviced or repaired.
ummm... your brake lights should ALWAYS work whether your headlights are on or not, that's how people behind you know you are stopping.
depends on which lights? inside over head? /Dash board?/Doors? /front headlights?/Flashers?/ turn signals?/ Backing lights?/ Parking lights?/ So which ones ? what Year??
Look in the owners manual. I think they are fused separately.
Hmmmm... The first response is which bulb?Gotcha covered with the related questions below, from headlights to tail lights to high-mount brakes lights...
Yes, my uncle has a Chevy lumina and the headlights are always on,its andomatic
you have bad contact in ground cable of the brake lights You might also like to check that there has not been a bulb replacement lately that uses a single contact in a double contact socket. This would have the effect of shorting the brake and tail light inputs and thus turn on ALL lights when brakes are applied or the parking lights turned on.
both my lowbeam headlights aren't working although high beam and parking lights do. probably aloose connection. any ideas how i can fix it sal
They are either the wrong bulbs or one of the filaments is burned out. The bulbs should have two filaments. One is illuminated when the lights are on. The other is brighter when the brakes are used.
Check the fuse for the headlights. It is probably open.
There are several reasons why a Toyota's warning lights may come on. The lights may come because there is a problem with the engine, low oil, or even bad brakes.
every vehicle must have brake lights to indicate that the vehicle is stopping. with no brake lights the vehicle can cause a rear end collision.
that sounds like i ground in the bake by the lights or if it has a trailer plug i would start their
The brake lights should not come one until you step on the brakes. The tail lights should come on when the headlights are on. If they're weak, maybe there's dirt in/on the lenses or maybe the bulb is old and clouded. Change the bulbs and see if that improves things.
IT'S PROBABLY JUST A PROBLEM WITH THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BEHIND THE DASH.
Do your lights stay on? On my 2005, the lights go automatically off when the ignition is shut off.
Not if headlights are reqired by law.
Please check that the brake light bulbs are installed correctly and that they are not back feeding the side lights