You were driving when all of a sudden your wiper goes on the high beams starts falshing everything went nuts and all of a sudden your gauges don't work but the car kept running anyone experience this?
Sounds like a blown fuse to me. Last time my gauges went out, that was the cause.
this just happened to me last week. It was the battery fuse under the hood, on the passenger side.
The big one is improved driving technique. Many drivers experience poor fuel mileage due to poor driving technique. Having a vehicle appropriately geared is another one. If you're running in the 70s while running, for example, 3.70 rear end gears, then the RPMs the motor is turning will be very high, and the vehicle won't run efficiently.
Probably not. There are a number of things involved in running a school that the students simply don't have experience in. Everything from legal issues, money, curriculum, maintenance, program development. I mean running a school is a whole lot more than just having kids and teachers show up in the same room every day.
I have never known a Chrysler product to have "driving lights" ("DRL"--- daytime running lights) such as used in GM products. ?? I have never known a Chrysler product to have "driving lights ( or daytime running lights -- DRL-- as ther are referred to by Gen Motors) Canadian Models do have them, but not American Models.
Im assuming these turn of after startup. When the alternator isn't running, these lights automatically come on. Your alternator doesn't start running until your car is running, because it is run by a belt from your engine. So, if your lights stay on after startup, either you have a snapped alternator belt or your alternator is buggered. We had our alternator belt snap the other day while we were driving down a hill, it was…