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Re: light that stays on
I agree it is the cooling fan warning light and normally if it stays on all the time in most cases it is the water pump so squeeze the upper radiator hose and if very little resistance this could be a sign your water pump is bad but before you do this check the condition of the drive belt
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Your vehicle is overheating. You need to check and see if there is any coolant left. If your heater hasn't been working that means you are low on coolant which in turn makes your engine over heat. Look at your owners manual and it will tell you which type of antifreeze you need and how much water and what not.
Recheck your work. Pull the connector off at the flasher and inspect it before plugging it back in. Not much room to work under there in an Excel? Maybe you pulled a wire loose somewhere? Kinda weird, cause the park, tail, and dash lights are all operated by the headlight switch, no relation to the turn signals and flasher relay. Or do you mean the left indicator light on the dash? That would make me think the flasher connection again, or the left side wires up under there. H H, josh...happy ha ha, merry christmas.
The tail/running/license plate lights do have a fuse. Check the fuse box to see if it's blown. There is a fuse box under the driver's side dash, left kick panel and under the hood, on the passenger's side.
Look in your owners manual if manual settings, if auto settings on the steering wheel, using the upper left button scroll through selections until you see settings. It gives you options as far as time you would like the interior lights to stay on, or if you want them off. Sounds like the obvious fix to me. If not, check fuse bank under hood, left side, or on panel located on left side of dash panel when you open the door. The diagram will tell you which one to look at.
Its under the dash board on the left side (driver side). It's not in the same fuse box will be near it. If you get a replacement flasher relay you can see what the new one look like, just look underneath the dash match the relay and replace it fairly simple and make sure all the bulbs are good.
If you have the owners manual for this car look in the index for fuses. This will give you specific location of which fuse protects the brake light. Fuse block is typically located under the drivers side dash, near the floor. Have you changed the bulbs?