The only way I know of that this could happen is if the lights have a bad ground.Answeri am having the same problem and seams like my daytime running lights "controll module" is bad. its located under steering colume and has a 11 wire plug to it. . AnswerThere is a relay(#2) and a diode module in the relay box under the hood you can check. This is independent of the DRL circuit, so you could have DRL but no regular lights. If your DRL module is bad, you should still have high beams. That circuit doesn't go through the module. This is what happened to my 95, and what I did to fix it. Had intermittent lights and eventually no lights at all. Look at your fuse block. One of the two farthest corners has a connector with six wires. These wires come from the switch on the steering column. See if one of the wires looks burnt and/or if you can wiggle them and make the lights work. If you have that, then this wire is burning out of the connector and you need to try to fix this before you lose the DRL too. The terminal in my fuse block was damaged beyond repair, but the cicuit also led to an unused terminal in a three terminal connector beside the row of spare fuses. I put the appropriate sized spade terminal on the end of the burned-out wire and it was just long enough to reach over there and plug right in. I'm assuming it burned out from being loose and excessive resistance, maybe from being next to the clutch pedal. I've had no problem since the repair. Need more help try http://autos.groups.Yahoo.com/group/MetroSwift/
I pull the hand brake 1 teeth which hopefully has no effect on engaging the worn brakes on rear drums of the car. Of course brake lights turns on on the dash panel. Hope that someone comes up with better answer.
In my case, when turning the lights on, the daytime lights turn off, but the taillamps still on. I found that the steering wheel combo switch (turning lights/windshield switch) connector (the clear color one, was excesive hot and the plastic melt. I changed the connector by a junkyard one and it worked. I guess if you don't have one handy, you'll need to fix your old one.
Answerthis is what you need to know if I have just discovered this same problem in my mother's 96 Metro The daytime running lights work ok, but as soon as you put the lights on, the daytime running lights cut out and all you are left with are the parking lights. In addition the brights work when you pull the stick towards you, but will not stay on when you puh the stick forward to leave them on. I removed the whole fuse block from under the dash and discovered one burnt out terminal on the under side. All of the other terminals in the block are nice and clean looking except for this one that is dicolored with burnt plastic around it. My advice would be to replace the fuse block and possibly the connector that plugs into it.http://geometroforum.com/topic/2575236/1/#new
it`s in the steering column. mine did it! my uncles` did it! 1200 dolars to fix!!
In the few rare cases that you would need the lights off while engine on, you can lift the parking brake one click. It won't engage the brake but will cut the lights. If you mean the headlights, this is a safety feature of the Chevrolet and many other cars and should remain intact. There is no switch to throw to shut these off.
currently 160 metro trains r running in delhi
I would start with replacing the head light switch
Most auto parts stores have wiring diagrams for a 97 Geo Metro. This includes wiring diagrams for the brake light, head lights, and much more.
One can find lyrics to Lights On by going to the Metro Lyrics website. The website has the lyrics to a large database of songs, including the song Lights On.
Turn signal flasher?
Check that your hand brake is all the way down. If your hand brake switch is tripped, the brake lihgt should come on, and the automatic running lights won't.
the "mÃ©tro" is the name of the Paris underground as 'the tube' in London. A metro train is a train running through that public transportation scheme.
About anywhere in Paris. It is the most convenient and fast way of moving around in the City of Lights.
bad plug at the wiring connection
i have a burnt wire at the fuse box, its green with a black stripe
No, you will need a regular metro card to transfer between systems.
I have researched the web and my own car. It appears the known problem with the headlamps problem is a simple "bad connection" on an eleven wire plastic plug located under the dash very near the fire wall and near the driver's side. If you look at a white colored plastic connection with about 11 wires in it you should see a "burnt" or arking appearance on the plastic and wire. It is this connection that causes the headlamp failure when you turn on the switch. Good luck, it really isn't too hard to locate and simple to fix. After replacing the combination switch in my '96, and having the problem recur after a few months, I bought new headlights, plain old halogens. The problem has not recurred since. Seems that something in the old lights was tripping the breaker in the combo switch. - tjd ir all your lights go out ,replace the the daytime running light module.
Check to see if parking lights are working - usually same fuse or could be light switch itself if all fuses are good
Try jump starting the engine. Get it running then try to open it.
It varies, but in general "metro trains" are electric trains, with power in every car.The power is usually DC and is supplied via a "third rail" (usually to the side of the running rails).
What kind of wiring diagram are you looking for? Engine, radio, lights etc.
check fuses, check bulbs, from there see if there is a grond for your reverse lights that may need cleaning. If still no lights, make sure there is a good wire back to the transmission for your lights. Still no luck, look into the sensor on tranny for your reverse lights. Good luck.
Diesel and regular gas. Often times homemade gas by the bus company.
check fuses first .