There's a solinoid in the transmission.Suggest to check that first. Turn on interior lights. Start engine. If the lights go out when the engine stalls, you have a bad ignition switch.
If the interior and parking lights are not working on a 1999 Nissan Pathfinder, the first fuses to check would be the interior light fuse. Also check to make sure the light switch is in the right position to allow the interior lights to come on.
The hazard lights are a seprate circuit even though they share the same bulbs. I would first replace the hazard flasher; it simply plugs in. Usually the hazard flasher is located in the interior fuse panel. I hope this helps you. Mark
If the interior lights in a vehicle will not go off, first one should make sure all doors are closed. Then one should find the switch on the roof of the vehicle and make sure it is not turned to the on position.
my 95 jeep cherokee does this aswell, i heard that it is from a door switch not contacting or the BCM can be out, im going to try and replace the door switches first hope this helps!
hi i think that is your oil level
First thing you want to check is the dimmer switch to see if it is turned all the way down.
If its a series 2 (roughly 1998 - 2004) the interior lights shut themselves off after about a minute. If the engine is running and you shut the door and reopen it the lights will come back on. If the engine is off the lights will not come on when you reopen the door - you'll have to turn the key on first * On the 96 Disco you can turn off the interior light by moving the headliner lamp switch (3 position)to the off position.
It could be a combination of two simple problems. First, check that your parking light switch on the top of your steering column is OFF, as this will keep the lights on even if the ignition switch is off. I believe this switch is necessary because your lights turn off automatically when you turn of the engine (ignition switch) Aslo, you must check your (combination tail light and brake light) rear bulbs as this could cause the break and tail lights to remain on when the car is started (ignition is on). GOOD LUCK !
I would first consider that the car stalled BEFORE the lights came on. You might have a bad ignition switch or loose connection at the battery.
This is a standard feature on many modern vehicles now. The lights come on to aid you in getting safely from your vehicle to your door (aasuming they are pointing in the right direction). The lights should not be full strength and should turn off automatically in less than two minutes. Usually, if you wantthat door to door light, turn off the ignition first, before turning off the lights. If you don't want the light, turn off the lights first, then the ignition.
When you first turn on the ignition the indicator lights should briefly illuminate to demonstrate that they are working. If the light stays on after the test cycle, it is an indication that something is wrong.