Turn on the headlights and walk to front of car and see if both headlights are on. Make sure to check both the high beam and low beam head lights. I believe that the blinking light you are seeing is to tell you that one of the headlight bulbs is burnt out and needing replacement. That's the Daytime running light indicator. Check that they are working.
Check the main headlight fuse. Check the start button, it interrupts power to the headlights. If the high beam indicator and the gauge lights are out it could be this switch.
Should be the DRL (Daylight Running Light) indicator. Mandatory on Canadian spec passenger vehicles since 1988 and 1996ish for trucks. With the dash headlight switch off and the vehicle running, are the lights on? When you turn on the headlights does the indicator go out??
what indicator my right one
yes you can but you'll need to cut off the indicator locating bracket
Generally, a blinking DRL indicator on the dash means that there is a headlight burned out. Replacing them is cheap and easy.
Probably have a "dimmer switch problem" The switch is mounted on the side of the steering column and can be replaced easily. Using a test light, 3 wires are at the switch. the wire coming down from the headlight switch that should be hot when headlight switch is activated. The other two are outputs which go to the high or low circuit of the headlights respectively.Easy to fix with a 12 volt test light for troubleshooting.
On a vehicle with high intensity discharge headlight, hid, that is an indicator of a failing bulb.
Push the indicator stalk forward
Headlight dimming can be achieved by lifting the indicator switch gently up, if the headlights don't respond you have a problem. *WARNING do not take the switch apart, they are extremely hard to put back together, and are hard to find should you break it further*
pull the indicator stick towards you normally
Behind the near side front indicator unit. Take out the headlight and the indicator with the three wing nuts/screws and you have access to the horn unit there.
Change the headlight it is burned out. It is also possible that the headlight/turn signal switch on the steering column is burned out. If both of your headlights are new and the low beams still do not work, check this switch. (I just replaced mine for $40 Cdn.) Could be a broken wire too. Check under the battery, that's where mine broke off. I am having the same prob. with my 97 sunfire. my daytime running lights do not turn on nomaly and the highbeam indicator is always on. when i turn my highbeams on all the lights go out. if i have my low beams on and i turn my left signal on the indicator light will flash along with my left turn indicator. i am asuming it is a short in the wiring. i will have to check. Make sure that your just not noticing it. It took me awhile to realize that when the car is in drive, the headlights come on automatically. I thought they were broken. Check that before you spend alot of money.
The fog lights are controlled by a separate button next to the cruise control and sun roof. If the indicator light is on, the fog lights will be activated with the headlight switch.
There should be a switch on the indicator stork. It's the same as a Rover 213.
High beam indicator.
It is generally a small blue light that illuminates in the dash cluster notifying you that your high beam headlights are on.
For 1981 - 1982 model (may work on newer models) proceed as follows: First undo the two screws in the indicator/parking light lens and remove the lens and the body of the indicator/parking light which has the two bulbs in it. Then you will see two square plastic blocks where the screws screw into. On the backs of these block are two legs. Squeeze the legs together and push the blocks forwards to remove them. Then the headlight/parking light/indicator surround will be loose. Tilt the outside edge of the surround forwards and then pull it to the outside of the vehicle. It will then be removed. The headlight is held in with three screws with springs behind the headlight assembly. You will notice that there is a hole with a slot next to/under the screw head. Do not turn these screws with a screwdriver, as they adjust the headlight aim. Push on the headlight and rotate it until the screw heads drop through the hole. Disconnect the wires to the headlight. by removing the plug. Remove the sealed beam from the assembly by undoing the 3 or 4 screws on the outside of the ring. Reassembly is reverse of above. (Don't forget to connect the plug!)
I believe that is the High Beam headlight indicator.
It will reset itself the next time the van is started. A system test is performed at each startup, and when the headlight properly reports itself fit and ready for duty, the indicator will not be activated - UNLESS - there is another lightbulb that is burned out. Rule of thumb: if one light burns out, its other-side-of the-car brother is likely to be ready to burn out too. I've learned to be pro-active and replace in pairs - and yes, even the darned headlights do it too... Try disconnecting the battery for about 5 minutes. This will sometimes reset the computer.
First double check the bulbs to be sure they are good then I would suspect the high/low beam switch or the headlight switch is at fault.
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It means that your fog lights are on - which should only happen when your headlights or at least parking lights are on.
no. however your indicator lights are located in your dashboard. dashboard light will light up when you turn your headlights on. Ex. the lights that are illuminated behind your miles per hour needle or behind your fuel gauge. Your indicator light are a lights that come on when your first turn the ignition. these lights indicate when your oil needs to be changed or your fuel is low or your washer fluid is low or the blue light that is illuminated when your headlights are on bright or high beam etc.....most newer model cars are equipped with the indicator lights. hope this is helpful.
undo 3 Phillips head screws spread along bottom of black headlight casing(1 under indicator,1 under park light,1 under head light) then lift out whole unit....apply a little pressure to get it out as its held in by clips too....then half turn at back of casing where wires run in and headlight should just come out...change globe and reverse process.....take about 10 mins...