All the lights would go out. Also the radio would turn off. Also you wouldn't get the car started.
First of all is the lights working in the car? (over head lights or any kind of lights) If your not getting anything at all (no lights) then you should check the battery. If the lights are working then I would check your starter. Most of the time if you take the battery somewhere to get checked they will do it for free. So I would start there. Did you try to get a jump to see if that would start it? Hope this helped some.
You can rent a car at Car Hire. Their cars are all new models and would not fail you. They would also provide you with a complimentary GPS free of charge.
Tail lights and break lights are different things pretty much all the time. You see, tail lights run all the time the car is on and break lights only turn on when the break is pressed. If you would like to find out which lights are the breaklights, have a friend watch the back of the car, turn it on, push the breaks a few times and see which lights flash. The lights that flash are your break lights!
its probably a blown fuse or relay
Because if all the circuits were in series they would all fail when one went. Besides it would be a hard feat to figure out what voltage they would run on.
Because you put them on? Because the door is open? Gremlins? Muppits? Who knows!
take the car to an auto electrition
lights being on all night....radio...electronic matters such as so...
Why would lights clicker and go deem when car wants to cut off the car is an 1985 Chevy cavalier?
If you are wondering why this happens, it is completely normal. When you turn your key all the way to start the car, all the warning lights will come on do perform a lamp test. Also, the computer runs a quick test on all the sensors in the car and on all the lights on the dash to make sure everything is operating properly, once you start the car, these lights should all go out. If there are lights remaining lit on your dash, it may mean that your car needs to be serviced, always get warning lights checked if they come on while the car is running. Hope this helps!
rear car lights come on as an indication to the drivers in the back that you are about to stop.
There are many reasons why a head light would stay on when car is off. These lights could be automatic.
Have you checked all the lights? Reverse lights, tail lights and brake lights?
bulbs or bulb sockets
if you leave the parking lights switch "ON" the lights will remain on, even if the car has been turned off.
the headlights- for the driver to see in fount of the car. indicators- so other cars can see where the car is going brake lights- so the other cars can see when a car ahead of them is slowing down interior lights- for passengers in the car to see what is inside the car and when u press that button with all the triangles on they all flash (except the interior lights) to signal the car is broken or somthing. :D
You will have to check all the door sensors.
Your vechile is equipped with 'Senteniel Lighting' which means, after you shut your vehicle off, the lights will remain on, for the duration you have it set for. If your lights fail to shut off, even with senteniel disabled i would have the switch, or the headlight relay examined.
Headlights,interior lights stop working.checked all fuses. I would suspect the headlight switch and/or the electrical connection at the headlight switch is faulty.
check that all doors all closed tight and also that the door handles are not sticking in the "up" position. A little wd-40 fixes them. My lites stay on when thehandles are stuck.
all other lights on car work ,just no dash lights,could it be a fuse?
been there done that. it the security system. quick,cheap fix is to replace the instrument panel. find one at car-part.com. you cant bypass it or even if you were to get a new one ($$$$$) they fail too.
Car lights get power from the batterie in the car, or in some cars oil gives car lights power.
If all of the tail lights are out your car could have a blown fuse. Otherwise the filaments don't last forever, sometimes they just burn out from use.