Try turning your light switch back about half of a click until they come on. The switch probably needs replaced
daytime running lights
The dash lights and tail lights on a 1988 Honda Prelude are wired into the same circuit. Open, frayed, or burnt wires in any of the systems can the lights to ceased functioning. Check the number 13 10A fuse in the cabin fuse box, if blown take a spark testers and look for any shorts in the wiring.
What year is the vehicle? Did you check the fuse?
I had this same thing happen in my '90 prelude. It is the switch on your steering wheel. Mine was all one piece with the signal lights and all so, you have to take the steering wheel off and replace the whole part. For quite some time I was able to find the 'sweet spot' on the switch where the lights would work, but everytime I went over a bump they would go out. I finally located another from a junk yard for cheap and that fixed the problem, Note: If your dash lights are not working, your tail lights are not either.
Where is the 1994 JEEP grand cherokee Daytime Running Lamps Lights Module? Lights are working but the running lights and dash board lights are out.
Have you checked the fuses? Different circuits have different fuses. It may be your wiring harness, but check the fuses first.
There is likely a problem with either the headlight switch or the associated circuit.
I have a chev cavlier 1995 and the running lights do no work---on the dash the green light keeps blinking----what should I do?
there are 2 relays in a black box underneath the dash on the right hand side pop the cover off it will reveal your 2 relays. one for dome lights other for running and dash lights
The first check would be the fuse for the dash lights. If the dash lights are out too then it is likely to be the fuse.
rear lights and dash lights should be on the same fuse, check your owners manual if you have it.
brakes and running lights have separate fuses. check the fuse then check the brake light switch under the dash
Because you have a very optimistic car.
Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit I had the same problum last year and had to replace the wires.
You can feel it, hear it, open the hood and look at it and if it is running the indicator lights on the dash will be off.
If it is in the center of the dash near the windshield it should be a headlight sensor for day time running lights
Blown fuse, broken wire, or short in your running lights circuit. you may also not have dash lights. Brake lights, T/S are on a separate circuit. Hope this helps, Mike
The fuse is blown. They put the dash lights and tail lights on the same fuse so that if you are driving at night the absence of the dash lights will be made relevent to you in order to get your tail lights fixed.
If it's doing this while the vehicle is running, it would be because the daytime running light system of the Grand Am included the instrument panel lights. Prior to the daylight sensor becoming standard, on some GM products, only the headlights were part of the daytime running lights system, while on others, it included all the lights.
A TNS relay is located in the fuse box of a vehicle. It controls the vehicle's turn signal lights, running lights, taillights, and dash lights.
What would cause your fuse to blow when you turn on your lights on your 1993 mazda 323 the fuse to the tail lights on dash lights blow?
You may have a pull on your batt, or a surge.
Check your fuses for these lights. If there is not one blown, you may have to check for a short in a wire.
it could be a faulty alternator bring on all lights