Flickering headlights on a 2005 Silverado may be caused by faulty relays or electrical wiring. The fuses and lights may also be going out.
If the headlights are not working correctly on a 1990 Corvette, the fuses or lights could be going out. Replace the old fuses and check that all wires connected to the lights are functioning correctly.
Sense you are going the speed of light the lights would not come on but the switch will still work.
Yes. I have a Yamaha SR 125, 2000 model and it has headlights, indicator lights and brake lights. It also has a light behind the speedo so you know the speed you are going when it is dark.
The headlights of a Ford Windstar may have problems going on if they are burnt out or if there is a wiring problem. Blowing a headlight fuse will also lead to both lights not working.
your alternator is going bad
the dimmer switch is going out if you are experencing that.
You might have automatic lights. The sensor is on top of the dash on the left side. If you have that there is a switch to turn it off.
It is important to know what is going on inside of a vehicle. The headlights dim when a stereo is turned on or turned up because power is being drawn away from the lights to the stereo.
Bad socket? Bad ground? Problem in steering column switch?
You may see the headlights and dash lights flicker at an idle. You may hear unusual noises coming from the alternator when the engine is running.
It might be either the fuse if its just the dash lights. Or if you're noticing the headlights are starting to go out as well the switch may be going bad and need replacement.
The switch for your lights is probably going bad or is dirty, you may also have a loose wire or connector. Find some way to spray WD40 inside the dash dimmer switch may help a lot.
LED headlights are much brighter than normal headlights. Yes, if you see much brighter headlights on a car, they are most likely going to be LED headlights.
Good question but not enough information. Which lights? Inside lights? Headlights? dash lights? Door lights? All have their own areas. If it is the door lights then look at the switch in the door. Could be broken or loose. If it is the headlights then the relay for the lights is probably stuck, tap it with a spoon and see if anything happens. If not check it with a meter. Any other light I would suspect a faulty wiring or switch going on. Without specifics it would be hard to diagnose.
it's your headlight switch
it means that your going to fast to stop when something comes into the view of your headlights.
It perfectly depends on where you live or drive. You should dim your headlights right when you see another vehicle in front of you or right when you see the lights of another vehicle. It doesn't matter if you are seeing the tail lamp (both of you are traveling in the same direction), you should dim the lights or else it is going to make difficulties for the driver in front.
Most likely they have been routed onto the same switch. You're going to have to find the wires and make sure they're spliced into their own switch and off of the main relay for the headlights. Find some wiring diagrams online
The starter in your E350 could be going bad. If the sensor or wiring is faulty, you will not get enough power.
Sounds like your alternator is going bad. The extra juiced used when breaking robs power from the other lights. Pulsing when idling sounds like the voltage regulator which is built into the alternator. Have it replaced.
You more than likely need to replace the headlight switch. Lights not going out when turned off is a symptom of a bad headlight switch.
The headlights go up and down when you turn the headlights on. If they are not going up or down they may be disconnected from the motor. You would have to take the headlights out to see if they are disconnected or not.
One can find more information about motorcycle headlights by going to the JP Cycles website. The website has a section dedicated to information about motorcycle headlights.
I had a problem with my headlights going off, not the high beams. Replaced the rectangular silver can thingy at the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side. I put a higher rated one in, which is a no no, but it solved the problem of the headlights going out.