are you sure the lower brake lights your talking about aren't tail lights. That's my guess. Check in the fuse box for a fuse labeled dash, illumination, parking or something to that effect.
dashboard lights arent white because in daytime you wouldn't be able to see the lights flash
Your problem may be with any or all of these three items: The fuse, brake switch or bulbs in the brake lights.
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Could be a fuse or could be a bad bulb. See sources and related links below for bulb part numbers.
Was the fuse blown. If not then your instrument lights are probably just turned off. There is a rheostat to turn the lights up and down. Read your owner's manual for the location.
The brake lights and tail lights are separate wiring systems. Even some of the bulbs may have two separate bulbs in the same glass housing. If the bulbs are in fact working, then the next step would be to test the brake switch under the dash. When you depress the brake pedal the switch is pushed creating a connection to turn on the brake lights.
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Tailights and dash lights are often fused together. Check the fuse for instrument lights. Also if the fuse is blown and you have a trailer connector on the truck, really look for a short there. I hope this helps a little.
if he does, they arent working.
arent you supposed to know. DUHHH!!
your break switch on your break pedal.
check the sensors if the lights arent on then reposition them until the light come on
i have a 2002 Eclipse RS 4cyl model and my dash lights havent worked in forever. i believe they went out when i had around 60k miles on the car. if you figure out why they arent working please email me and let me know also! my email address is GetEclipsed@aol.com
Because they are in good condition? Did you mean to ask "Why aren't my Nintendo 64 games working?"
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it maybe because the rollers arent working correctly after it is fused
This isn't an answer but I have the same problem w/ my Honda civic... ik they arent the same but the light wont turn on when neither doors in the front are open... I think it's got something to do with the sensor or whatever... the one that's black and feels rubbery.
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are you sure you did not touch the dimmer switch check that if not most prob. faulty wiring somewhere in not easy to check need electrician for ithat thanx
because your fans arent working, which could be a faulty relay, fuse or faulty thermoswitch. on mine it was the relay which is expensive for a relay. if that isn't the problem try changing your thermostat.
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check under the hood of the vehicle...there should be a rectangular or square box with fuses there...there is also one under the dash of the vehicle. If it isn't the fuse check the bulbs... check the switch under the dash where the brake pedal rests in may need adjusting, broken, or just stuck in and not popping out when you apply the brake. Push it in and out severel times and see if the lights come on.
There is what is called a brake sensor. This sensor has to engage to sent a signal to the transmission to release the pawl so that you can shift it. Replace the brake pedal sensor. It is usually on the top of the pedal arm upward under the dash. This will also cause the brake lights not to work. Good luck.