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1.Why is my break light indicator on dashboard on even when break is not engaged.Note,my break is active and fluid level is ok. 2. Why is my ABS light on and refused go off from dashboard.


Not sure about the Honda setup, but when my Dakota had those lights both lit, it was a bad speed sensor in the system. I had the additional symptom of no speedometer reading until about 30mph.
It seems that the VSS in my system was used at lower speeds by the ABS system to determine when to activate. If the ABS light goes on, many vehicles will also activate the brake light since the two are undoubtedly related.

Dec 10, 2015 | 2003 Honda Accord

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Turn signals, brake lights, reverse lights all blinking when turn signal is activated


The right tail light assembly is not grounding the chassis. Pull the access panel off and look for the ground points from the wiring harness and the assembly. Undo the nuts a bit and tighten them again. That should restore the ground and clear the problem.

Feb 22, 2015 | Subaru Forester Cars & Trucks

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Hazard lghts


? are you sure no one pushed the Button on teh dash that activates the Hazard lights?
Also do you happen to have dual Power sliding doors?
I have a Chrysler T&C and my hazard lights are set to activate when either side power sliding door is activated, if you lights are activated when the doors and not in operation and no one has bumped the hazard button on the dash then only other thing I can think is that the relay that activates the lights is in Dysfunction mode.
Hope this helsp somehow.

Jan 29, 2014 | 2003 Chrysler Town & Country

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All systems seem to work ok but battery(brand new) won't hold charge


There is one circuit or more still active when the car is at rest. Connect a tester light between battery`s (-)terminal and ground cable. If there is an active circuit the light will be on. Unplug fuses one by one leaving them outside. When the light turns off note the number of the circuit/fuse and trace the problem. If several curcuits are active, this procedure shoulde reated. Usually simple things like the glove box light switch, or the luggagecompartment light switch cause this type of problems.

Nov 10, 2013 | 2002 Chrysler Concorde

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How do i dim all my interior lights with the headlights off in my 2011 dodge charger


There should be an adjustment knob just to the left of the steering column that will adjust the brightness of the dash lights. The problem you will have is the Dash lights only activate when the parking lights or headlights are on with the switch unless you have automatic running lights which will activate the dash lights when the running lights activate.

Aug 28, 2011 | Dodge Charger Cars & Trucks

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How do i manually release the rear door on a ssab 9-3 2003 as the door module has failed


Trunk Lock After Closing
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Desc.: What happens to the trunk lock when closing it.

Settings:
Yes: Automatically lock Boot on closing
No: Boot can be reopened using micro switch button located on the trunk/boot

* Trunk Lock After Drive Off
----------------------------
Desc.: Should the trunk be locked at drive off or after 30 sec.?

Settings:
Yes: Trunk/Boot will automatically lock when vehicle increases speed
No: Trunk/Boot will remain closed, however will be in the unlocked
condition if No was selected in the previous option.

* Door & Trunk Unlock at Key Out
--------------------------------
Desc.: When the is removed from the center console should door/trunk
be unlocked?

Settings:
Yes: All Doors & Trunk/Boot will Unlock when the Key is removed from
the Ignition Switch If Driver frequently locked all Doors when
driving
this feature would be beneficial.
No: Doors and Boot will remain in the same condition as they were
prior
to Key removal

* TSL Locking Logic (Theft Security Locking/Deadlock)
-------------------
Settings:
TSL at first Press: Default Setting. All Doors will lock in Deadlock
Mode
TSL at Second Press: All Doors will lock in Deadlock mode at the second
press of the Remote.

* Lock /Unlock Acknowledge
--------------------------
Settings:
None : No acknowledge will be visible
Indicators: Indicators will blink as acknowledge

* Follow Me Home Function
-------------------------
Settings:
Tail Light: When selected Tail Lights will be illuminated
Back Up Light: When Selected Reverse Light will be activated


Tech 2 Body Exterior Lighting & Horn
====================================

* High Beam Follow me home Active Time
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Desc.: Follow Me Home Active Time can be adjusted between 0- 10 minutes

Settings:
This Feature can be turned on or Off .Yes / No can be selected.
Low Beam Automatic / Low Beam also in Position 0 (light switch)
Yes / No
Follow Me Home Active Time
- Daytime Driving Lights can be activated

* Parking Lights
----------------

Settings:
Act as Lead Me To the Car Light.

* Park Light On Reminder
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Settings:
On / Off
If Ignition is turned Off and the parking lights are active, Driver will
be warned if set to on.

* Show Trailer Light Outage
Desc.: REC will detect blown trailer light and display on SID

Settings:
Yes or No

* Trailer Light / Fog Light off
-------------------------------

Settings:
Yes: Fog Light Rear will be disabled When Trailer is connected Yes
No

* Horn Lock Unlock Acknowledge
------------------------------
Settings:
On: Horn will honk when car is locked
Off: Horn will not honk if car is locked


Tech 2 Body Locking
===================

* Panic Alarm Activation (Vehicles fitted with /Alarm only)
-----------------------------------------------------------
- Panic Button / Locking Switch
Central Locking Switch Driver /Passenger

Settings:
- Panic Button on Remote and locking switch inside vehicle will
activate alarm
- Panic Button will activate Alarm only
- Locking Switch inside vehicle (driver /passenger will activate
alarm only
- No Panic Alarm function required.

* Unlock Logic
--------------
Settings:
All at first press : All Doors will open & Fuel Lid will unlock if the
Driver or Passenger Door Switch is activated
Driver Door & Fuel Lid at first press : Only the drivers Door will unlock
& Fuel Lid will unlock when door
switch is activated

* Remote unlocking One Press
----------------------------
Settings:
All at first press: All Doors will open & Fuel Lid will unlock if the
Remote is pressed
Driver door & Fuel Lid at first press: Only the drivers Door will unlock &
Fuel Lid will unlock when the Remote
is pressed

Dec 17, 2010 | 2003 Saab 9-3

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2004 525 Active Steering Light stays on


Can you discribe the warning light please. Thanks

May 27, 2010 | BMW 525 Cars & Trucks

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All of the lights work on the car, however when you leave the lights on and take the key out of the ignition the rear light stay on but the front lights don't. Can anyone advise?


man this is normal if u activate blinking stick to the right or to the left so if the stick is activated to right "when the ignition is off and key is out" then the right rearlamp will be activated also vice versa to the left

Jun 22, 2009 | Volkswagen Rabbit Cars & Trucks

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Turn signal lights do not light up to show alrm is activated


do you hear the doors lock? if so its probably the alarm its self an will have to go to the dealer.if you dont hear the doors lock then the remote either isnt working or simply needs battery.

Jan 09, 2009 | 2005 Volvo S60

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