No! At least mine don't
The problem is the reverse light switch. It is located on the top of the transmission that should sloved your problem.
If you are afraid of breaking something take it to a garage.
It could be the fuse. See the related question.
You may have blown a fuse or a flasher.
I had the same problem on my '99 Hyundai Sonata GLS. It was the alternator. It costs about $170 and it's about $150 to take it to Car-X and have them install it.
reverse lights on a Hyundai get there supply from a switch screwwed into the top of the transmission just left of the air filter box if your looking down at it
Yes,most cars have a fuse block under the drivers steering colum or right above the hood release latch
The reverse light sensor switch on the gearbox needs replacing. The switch is normally located on top of the gearbox & around the middle of underneath the air intake box.
17 Gallons give or take, the low fuel lights up when you have about 2 Gallons left
I just purchased a 2011 sonata 1 week ago.it came with no owners manual.an orange symbol with a half circle on bottom and a thermometer? looking stick in the middle of the half circle popped up.what might that be?
Where is the fuse located for the reverse lights
Check your fuses
One fuse controls the function of the hazard, reverse, and turn signals of the car. When there fuse blows all the components stop working.
pretty vague, could be worn linkage in your gear box that pushes the switch.
Both a stuck reverse switch and shorted wiring can be causes for reverse lights to stay on. Under normal circumstances, the reverse lights turn off as soon as the vehicle is shifted out of reverse.
Try bypassing the reverse light switch that plugs into the transmission. If your reverse lights come on, voila! Problem solved. Buy a new switch.
Bad bulbs can be the cause of your reverse lights not working on your 1999 Toyota Tacoma. A problem with the reverse switch or bad wires can also be the cause of your reverse lights not working.
the reverse light switch is either out of adjustment. or broken. new one should be fairly cheap
You use the plural of lights. If more than one is out it is probably not the bulb(s). Check the fuse first. Also check to see if the light is out on the selector quadrant on the console and the drivers front power window switch. If these lights are out as well, a fuse is the likely culprit, or a defective light switch.
mine doesn't, i just bought it after my suzuki was totaled and i needed a car fast. there are spaces for them but no bulbs that i can see. i just e-mailed the corporation about it, so all i can do now is wait for there answer.
switch on the transmission which sends a signal to the reverse lights when shift is in reverse......... is shot. You need a mechanic.
you need to buy a signal lights relay