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Head light switch turns off funny is it an auto

Head light switch turns off funny is it an auto on auto off type switch how does it work? Also it has traction control on off switch what is traction control. THANK YOU

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Head lights whent out but every thing else works off my switch.


Hi, Im AL the owner of Big As Auto Repair.

I have no idea what type of vehicle you have. BUT, here are some things you can try. (1) Turn the heads on and mess with the dimmer switch turning to high beam and low beams and if the head lights pop on and off again, then replace the switch. (2) Check all the fuses to see if one has blown, if you find one blown replace it and see if the headlamps work. (3) Check to see if the bulbs are good, you may have to buy one bulb just to see if it might be both bulbs bad. NOTE: If you find all these things to be good then buy the headlamp switch and replace it. Hope this helps and please visit my auto-repair-website here: http://www.bigasautorepair.com/

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Lumina problems


No idea here as this is one of them funny american cars with no seperate indicators but the brake light is the indicator as well,,so the brake light switch ? changed then maybe a bad ground on the back lights or the hazard warning light switch .

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I have a 1997 jeep grand cherokee laredo and my headlights stay on after shutting my jeep off,


head lights are designed to work , with no key near car.
its a safety feature. lights always must work. (all answers USA)
this car has many options and funny business with lamps.
like automatic HL sensors.
HL sw. auto, off , park low, see auto, bingo. that option.
on this car the HL switch is ONLY a digital input to the BCM.
body puter.
option 2, is DRL, daylight running lights, GOT DRL?
if you had a real FSM, you'd see all this STUFF.
i will not explain your system. in word, the FSM has 10 schematics on this complex system. (vastly complex to my simple wrangler)
the HL are both grounded
so the system applies 12v power to make them glow.
the 1st fail path is DRL, it can fail and turn them on. (unplug it?)
there is a head light relay that can stick on, or is commanded to do so.
i start there at the the relay.
im sure your relay is closed (enegized) full time. (wrong)
this is because it is bad (pull it see lamps go off , proof)
if pin C10-12 (85 coil) is low , not 12v, on the relay , it is being commanded to be enegized.
there are 3 things that can do that.
1: BCM, body computer sees you switch HL on.
2: automatic HL (dark outside) tune them on. (not key off)
3: DRL (not key off)
so if Auto HL module fails, it can in fact energize the HL relay.
unplug it.
if the DRL messes up, it too can energize the HL relay.
so unplug them all 1 by.
Auto HL module
DRL module
last BCM connector C2 pin 12, pulled, cuts the BCM.

any can fail.
oddly the DRL can mess up the low beams and high..





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2008 Nissan Quest Reverse Park aid stoped working. First sound got funny and then quit. The switch disable light stays on and won't turn back on


replace the beeper that makes the sound when you are in reverse.the light will also go out after you replace thet beeper.

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Signal lights dont work and want to know where the fog light switch is at


With the switch in sidelight or dip

position, pull the switch to its first

position to turn on the front fog lights.

Pushing the switch in or turning it to OFF
or AUTO will turn off the front fog lights (this is for the front)


With the switch in any position except

OFF or AUTO, pull the switch to its

second position to turn on the rear fog

lights. This will also turn on the front fog

lights unless main beam is selected.

Pushing the switch in or turning it to OFF
or AUTO will turn off the rear fog lights (this is for the rear)

Exterior lighting

Exterior lighting switch

A. OFF.

B. Side (parking) lights.

C. Headlights.

D. Auto.

E. Front fog lights.
F. Rear fog lights.

It is the round knob nest to the steering colume

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After the car shuts off, something is causing things to turn on and drain the battery


It either is the auto head light switch or the fan relay, turn off the auto head light switch and see if that works. If not it probably is the fan relay.

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the head light switch is faulty witch causes an open cicket then the light's won't go out

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99 chevy auto lamp problem


WHAT YOU MIGHT CHECK IS THE FUSE FOR TAILLIGHTS, OR DASH LIGHTS. THEY WORK OFF THE SAME FUSE. IF THE FUSE IS BLOWN THE HEADLIGHTS WORK BUT NO TAIL OR DASH LIGHTS

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Power items on the fritz


Hi,

1. there should be a 5A fuse for the dashoard lights in the fuse panel. Yes it may be cause by the dimmer switch.

2. Cruise control stop working. this may seem funny to you but make sur all your rear brake lights work. The way Ford cruise control system works, it uses resistance to engage the cruise, with a burnt brake light, the resistance changes and the module will not recognise the input.

3. try replacing the relay box on top of the radiator.

Hope this helps you out

Oct 22, 2008 | 1992 Ford Taurus

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