May want to check your dimmer switch, too - it could just be in the off position. You could have a shorted relay if it only happens when you turn your headlights on. From the description you gave, it sounds as if the instrument cluster has come unplugged. You may be able to reach up behind the cluster and plug it back in, but usually the cluster has to be removed to access the plug.
There is a faulty ground wire in one of your tail lights or front parking/clearance lights.
Headlights? Brake lights? Tail lights? Signal lights? Courtesy lights? Dash lights? Check engine lights? Need more info please.
a bad multi function switch or the wrong bulbs.gmjim
The headlights are a separate circuit from the others. Check the bulbs, headlight switch, Hi/Low beam switch and depending what year you have check the fuses.
Yes, my uncle has a Chevy lumina and the headlights are always on,its andomatic
Headlights are not to stay on all the time,only front parking lights.
generally at night.
Perhaps the high beam part of the lights are rs
The headlights on a 96 Chevy Silverado are adjusted by turning the screws on the top and side of the headlights. It allows the lights to be adjusted for optimal night vision.
It could be a short in the wiring, or a fuse or the headlights themselves might be bad. I hope this helps
old lights, blowen fuse, shorted wire?