the radio needs to be fixed or replaced
dude....you dont want to do that...unless you want your dash lights not to work...
turn the knob on the left side of the steering wheel on the dash. It will brighten the dash, and radio lights by turning it to the right and it will dim the lights by turning it to the left.
take it to a mechanic I dont wanna "break lights"
you dont reset it, you go buy a chevorlet and all your problems will be solved.
The dash lights and lights to the gear shift panel are grounded through the radio, be sure that the radio plug and ground to radio are connected. If you have taken out the radio you may try grounding the plug wire that connects to the radio lights.
sounds like you have overloaded and blown a fuse or relay check fuses . disconnect power source for radio recheck fuses.if dash lights come on, find a different point for power supply for radio. actually you should connect radio to accesories .lights dont take as much power as radio
if your illumination wire is bare and touching the radio it will short it out
If the fuses are good then it's probably the headlight switch. There is a setting that turns the dash lights off, check and make sure someone hasn't been turning your knob.
i dont think you can
i dont know and i dont care. find out
I dont see why not.
pretty easy really, make sure your interior lights are not turned on. Your headlights control should also be the interior light controller. Turn it clockwise or counterclockwise to turn your interior lights off. You'll run your battery down if you dont
I dont get that
Radio play mean you dont act it out you just talk because its on a radio
i dont really know but i think he was finding about the directions of the lights
i dont no
all my lights work except my break lights, when i push on the peddle they dont go on can you help me?
No, you dont need the code if your gonna put in an aftermarket deck. The only time you would need the code is if you took the stock radio out and unpluged the harness, so its not a problem with a new radio.
Remove the radio and see if everything is normal. If yes put another one (known to be working well) in and see if the car starts. If yes then the older radio is faulty. If not then get the electrical system (including battery alternator) thoroughly checked.