The door jamb switch normally completes the power circuit to the dome lamp when the door is open. When the door is closed the switch opens the circuit, removing power from the dome light. If the switch is dirty, defective, stuck pushed in, or disconnected from the wiring, when the door is open the switch does not close the circuit and the dome light remains off as if the door is still closed. The headlight switch provides an "alternate path" to close the same circuit and allow power to the dome light. I had the same problem on a 1997 Chevy C1500 pickup truck.
The headlight high/low beam dimmer switch is part of the turn signal switch.The dash light dimmer is next to the headlight on/off switch.The headlight high/low beam dimmer switch is part of the turn signal switch.The dash light dimmer is next to the headlight on/off switch.
replace the headlight switch its wore out replace the headlight switch its wore out
Pull out on the headlight switch, and then press the fog light switch button in.
pull the headlight switch out no newer vehicles its right on the side of headlamp switch just push on
This is from a relay under the dash that turns your dome light on. More than likely, you are missing a rubber pad in one of your doors that pushes up against the switch to turn your dome light on. The front doors have 2, one is for the headlight warning. Check all the doors and check for a loose switch also.
Pull the switch and change bulb in rear. 1 for night light and 2nd for fog light indicator.
probably bad headlight switch,the break light wires run through the headlight switch
Check fuse and headlight switch itself. The switch and its plug are probably melted.
On the right side of the drivers side dashboard - just below the headlight knob.
When my 95 Neon light stayed on, it was caused by a bushing on the door that fell off. Without that bushing, the switch was never pushed in and the light remained on. Check all your doors. turn the headlight switch until it goes off or the other answer
Probably a bad headlight switch. Also may be the power feed wire for the headlight switch. Check both.
Just to the right of your headlight switch , on your dash , is a dimmer wheel switch. I know when that is rotated all the way up it turns on the courtesy light when the doors are closed - check to see if it also turns on the cargo light
The fog lights are turned on by pressing the fog light button on the headlight switch. On my truck, you have to pull the switch out that turns the regular lights on.
pull headlight switch OUT toward you and make sure the fog light switch is pressed. It is located on the dash near the radio if they are factory lights.
To the right of the headlight switch is a gauge light dimmer wheel , if that has been rotated all the way up , your courtesy lights will stay on with the doors closed. If you also have a door ajar light lit up in your gauge cluster , then you may have a sticking door ajar switch , or something isn't closed properly
I would start with replacing the head light switch
Pull the headlight switch knob when it is in the headlight 'on' position. This turns on the fog lights.
No reset switch on a Dodge Ram.
Keep messing with the headlight switch, the dome light should come on depending on the car model.
Reset light when replacing headlight
First what is wrong with you headlight switch on your 93 topaz.
The switches for the dome light on each door of a 2004 Olds Alero are at the front of the door. They are on the door frame where the door meets the frame when it is closed. If the dome light is staying on, try checking the dome light control by the headlight switch, also. It may have gotten bumped when entering the vehicle.
Yes , the ( 3 ) circles above the headlight switch light up ( OFF / park light symbol / low beam headlight symbol ) at least it does on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT
Just to the right of your headlight switch , on your dash , is a gauge lighting dimmer wheel switch - check to see if that has been rotated all the way up. If it has , that turns on the courtesy lights when the doors are closed
It is in the fuse box which is bolted to the headlight switch. You need to remove the headlight switch ti access it.