i am not trying to insult your intelligence but it may be as simple as both bulbs burning out at once access the fuse panel and check to see if the headlight fuse is blown, in most cases since headlights use a lot of power they are put on their own circuit.
Most likely a fuse or a bad ground.
That car uses a single type 9004 bulb on each side of the car. The 9004 contains two filaments, one for low beam and one for high beam. If the high beams work but the low beams do not, then either the low beam filaments in both bulbs have burned out or there is a fault in the low beam feed circuit.
depends on which lights? inside over head? /Dash board?/Doors? /front headlights?/Flashers?/ turn signals?/ Backing lights?/ Parking lights?/ So which ones ? what Year??
if you've tried hitting the high/low beam switch & headlights are out on both, then a bad headlight switch or headlight switch plug or high/low beam switch plug not fully engaged.
Check to see if you have a defective bulb. Turn signals/parking lights,and tailights a double filament, if one is bad (Both filaments touching) they will backfeed
Check the fuses and the bulbs.
a: you have a shorted filament in your turn signal light (arcing from turn filament to park light element, b: you have a bad ground at the headlight orturn signal associated with the issue c: you have the incorrect bulb installed in one of your turn signal lights d: most likely, you have a burned out bulb on one of the front side markers (these flash with the signals when headlights off using the ground plane of the parking light, as well they flash 180 degrees out of sync when parking/headlights on.
It's probably time to replace your headlight switch. Had a similar problem on my '95. A new switch fixed her right up.
because that what they are for. otherwise they would be orange headlights.
Perhaps you need to check a fuse.
if the headlights work it is bad wiring if they dont its a fuse
The chimes ring if you've been traveling for at least a mile with your turn signals on, so maybe it's the contacts where the signal lights are. Other than that, I have no idea.... Get the electrical system checked. The chime that does the headlights also does it for the Key in the Ignition reminder. Sometimes these small switchs can go bad, and key cylinder lubrication can sometimes fix the problem, but more often than not, the key cyliner has to be replaced. The cheaper route is to just remove the chime box, by following the sound until you find it and unplugging it. However, this will also mean if you leave your headlights on, you wont know...
... As i know it, In every state in the U.s. A street legal motorcycles must have working turn signals, headlights, ect. so Yes.
More than likely a defective Flasher Relay. Replace it.
Blown fuse(s) or short circuit somewhere ?
If the 4 Ways/Hazards are disconnected then neither will work the park lights nor the turn signals.
When you are making a turn, when you are changing lanes, or when you are pulling away from the curb or are parallel parking. Activate turn signals 200' before making a turn.
Mine did the same thing. I was told it was an alarm and control relay unit? My mechanic directed me to the dealership. Said it possibly could cost up to $400. My cruise works if the headlights are off, but not when on. When car is off and while driving and brakes are pressed parking lights come on in the front when headlights are off. Mine did the same thing. I was told it was an alarm and control relay unit? My mechanic directed me to the dealership. Said it possibly could cost up to $400. My cruise works if the headlights are off, but not when on. When car is off and while driving and brakes are pressed parking lights come on in the front when headlights are off.
Tke of your turn signals and you grill. grab the headlights and pull straight out.