Turn on the dashboard lights, and start removing the fuses one by one. When the dashboard light turned off, that is the good fuse. If the dashboard fuse is burnt, start replacing the fuses one by one, and when the dashboard will light up that is the place of the burnt fuse.
(???) The warning lights are located in/on the dashboard surface and should light up for a few seconds as a system check, when you start the vehicle.
Replace the battery.
The car will not start after driving for a period of time. The lights are very dim while the engine is running and get darker , or the battery light is on in the dashboard.
If you don't have dashboard lights, check the tail light. They often go out at the same time. Most U.S. manufacturers put them both on the same circuit so that we'll notice when the tail lights fail. Check the fuses first, if that's not it, start tracing back to the switch.
When a person turns their car on, the dashboard lights should turn off. However, if they do not, it means there is a problems. An oil light will stay on if there is low oil in a car.
Check the neutral connections. An open neutral or a high resistance neutral can cause this type of condition. The obvious place to start your search is in the switch boxes that connects to the light fixture.
Turn ignition on. Indicator lights will light. Put it in neutral. If red reverse light is off, go to next line, If red reverse light is on, shift up one till Green neutral light comes on. Put it in neutral. Shift down till Green light comes on. Press the starter (square button on left grip.
Most likely your car battery is completley dead.
When you start your car all / most of the warning lights and other light in the dashboard will come on. It is just the procedure of the car starting and checking all the systems. If it stays on throughout the day, then the computer has detected a malfunction and set a code.
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No lights light up and I presume no sounds when you turn the key, I would first check to see if the battery has a charge.