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No dash lights when headlights are turned on. Everything works fine on my vehicle EXCEPT today the panel lights don't work. Turn signals, hazard blinker, oil gauge, rpm gauge, speedometer, drive shift...


there is a regulator for the display brightness, you may have it turn'd down or it has stopped working;. it controls the brightness at which the dash lights are. usually has a speedo sign on it. goes up and down. it works with the main light and is conecter to them on the same lighting board if it has gone then a new light swtch control switch will be needed.

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2004 suzuki aerio clock light turns off when park/headlights turned on


clock light always dims when park or head lights turned on

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1983 chevy caprice classic my dashboard lights dont work and also the clock stops working when i turn the lights on


Probably bad ground in the dash circuitry. You'll have to pull it out and check all the connections. Big job.

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I have a 2007 Scion Tc and I have 2 problems.... When my car headlights are on, the light on the clock on the dash is off and when the headlights are off, the light on the clock is off so it's...


I can help with the clock light.

Normally, with the headlights off, the clock light (numbers) should be very bright so they can be seen during the day. The electronics designers thought you would only turn the headlights on at night so they made the clock numbers only bright enough to be seen in the dark (that is, they are dim in day light).

I like to drive with my headlights on (day or night) for safety. Therefore, I click my lights off occasionally, to see the clock (barely visible in daylight).

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I always find trouble shooting automotive electric a pain in the neck so I go to a shop that specializes in "auto electric". They will generally track down something this simple for about $25. It You can check if the spring fell out of your lighter (+ contact). Other than that, leave it to the pros - it is so much less of a headache.

-Mark

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On adjusting headlight on 08 tundra does clockwise


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When my headlights come on at night, the dash lights will not come on and the radio illumination behind the clock goes out. Why is this?


Check the dimmer switch to your dash light. If there turned down, your dash and radio illumination light will be dime or not working at all. Keep me posted, be glad to know if it is the dimmer switch turned down or you dimmer switch has gone bad. Good luck

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Gauges, Power Windows, Auto Lamps radio interior lights dont work


Sounds like an ignition switch problem, maybe even at the key.

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My dashboard lights go out every time I turn the headlights on in my 2002 Nissan Maxima. Everything but the clock goes black (radio, heater, speedometer et al, etc. I was thinking this was possibly a fuse....


lol, i think it is that your dimmer switch is all the way down or bad. as simple as it seems, that is really what it sounds like. try messing with it.

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