Found that the 12 volt supply coming from the DRL was dead- pin B2. I jumpered B1 to B2 and now my problem is solved with the following observations: 1. when turning the key to off (i.e. shutting off the engine), the high-beam lights and the dash indication will come one for a second or so before extinquishing; 2. DRL still work as advertised; and 3. normal low and high beam operation.
Hazard lights should be used if a vehicle is pulled over on the side of the road. If a vehicle is going slow when pulling something behind them, hazard lights should also be used.
check relays under the hood Answer It could be the switch on the dashboard. Possibly a bad headlight switch or connector. I just had a `93 Sable that the headlights would turn off when the right indicator was selected, and come back on as soon as it turned off. The signal/wiper switch was in rough shape (washers didn't work and wipers only worked on high) so I changed it out. headlights still shut off on right turn signal. Pulled the dash and found the headlight switch over heating, and connector melted. Replaced connector and switch. SOLVED...
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Carla Grundwald pulled Ali to (relative) safety
Low beams are burned out.
a short in one of the park lights
Make sure that the switch on the top of the steering column in turned off. That controls the running lights on the car. FYI that switch is basically used if you are pulled over somewhere and don't need help but yet you need your lights on and still need to take your keys.
You are less likely to get pulled over when it is on the passenger side, but you can still get pulled over for it.
Location 30 ; 10A fuse; Labeled "Parking lamps" in manual. Just replaced mine and my tail lights, dashboard lights, parking lights, and the dinging that goes off when the lights are on all came back. I had to remove the CD Storage box (push two tabs on the inside inwards and pull box out), pulled out #30 fuse (not #32 as I saw on other posts), saw that the wire was broken, put in a new one, tested the parking lights, and all good. Hope this helps. -Swen
It is your fault.
Yes, connected to the parking brake assembly is a little black lever, which when pulled will manually release the parking brake.
please explain how the headlight comes out I removed wing nut and pulled white tabs and still nothing?
If you are driving at night with no lights, yes, you can be pulled over.