Question about 2007 Toyota Solara
My dashboard lights go out whenI turn the headlights on. I tried turning the light intensity wheel up and down but it did not work. What are I doing wrong?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dashboard lights
There is a dash light dimmer control, this controls the dash light brightness only when the headlights are on, check and make sure it is turned on, if it is then replace it, it is defective..
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
SOURCE: dashboard light
For Lexus the ! symbol usually is low tire pressure that's all there's sensors in each wheel that report to the car that the pressure is low, also if your wondering how much air to put in the tires you can look by opening up the driver or sometimes the passenger side door and look along the door there's a label that will tell you each tires recommended pressure. Any other questions just ask and id be glad to help you folks, and if you don't mind if you can rate my answer if you get a chance it would be greatly appreciated..
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: Dashboard warning lights.
The warning light that looks like a pot or kettle with arrows is the "Low tire pressure warning light*" I found the answer on the Toyota web site by registering, logging in, entering my model and searching the owners manuals for warning lights.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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