Check the plug-in for the trailer lights, if it has one. If not, check the Headlight switch. It probably has a burnt wire.
you may have a short in the ignition swith get test checked, a steering column specialist can do this in a couple of minutes
Readjust the brake light switch on the pedal.
yes once the ignition control module heats up it would cause the vehicle to stall. usually after it cools down the vehicle will restart again.
On quite a few DTR systems, the lights *will* shut off, but only between 30 sec to a couple minutes after the ignition's been turned off.
ignition switch or key and tumbler.
If auto, it can be the neutras switch and if standard, it can be the clutch switch. Otherwise, take it to a garage as it can be the starter, solonoid, ignition switch or ????
Many times this problem has been attributed to a faulty ignition switch. www.trailvoy.com All the answers for your Trailblazer from true enthusiasts!
Check fuses Check ignition switch noted for connectors loosening and wearing
Had the same thing happen on a '73 SB. It turned out (after much cussing) to be the ignition switch. Try replacing the switch with an OEM and "see" what happens!
One thing that could cause this would be a faulty ignition switch, specially if you do not have ignition (cluster) lights. Just a thought...
move the dimmer back and forth and turn the parking lights on and off. sometimes the switch gets wierd.
Be sure that the dash light brightness control switch is not turned off.
Sounds like a bad ignition switch.
I would first consider that the car stalled BEFORE the lights came on. You might have a bad ignition switch or loose connection at the battery.
There are no fog lights if there is no switch. it would be labelled.
make sure your dash light dim control switch is not turned all the way up. they are usually found in the dash on the drivers side or on the same control as the headlights. see your owners manual for further information. Usually, instrument panel lights ["dashboard lights"] are turned on and off WHEN the headlights or parking lights are turned on or off. Since the head lights and tail lights are NOT powered through the ignition switch, and therefore can be turned on even while the ignition switch is turned off and the key removed, so are the instrument lights. WHILE the head lights OR the parking lights are turned ON, "brightness" control of the instrument lights is accomplished by ROTATING the headlight switch KNOB. A FULL CLOCKWISE rotation of the headlight switch knob will FULLY DIM THE INSTRUMENT LIGHTS. Full counterclockwise rotation [ONLY to the "DETENT STOP"] will adjust the instrument lights to full bright. NO POSITION of this switch causes the INSTRUMENT lights to remain ON. IF the knob is turned a little more forcefully COUNTERCLOCKWISE, PAST THE DETENT, then the interior courtesy lights and the dome light will be turned ON. IF your instrument lights remain ON, suggests that you have not FULLY turned OFF the headlight and/or parking light switch. If, as answer 1 suggests, you have a SEPERATE control switch for the instrument panel lights, then it may be possible that that switch does have a FULL-ON position which keeps the instrument lights on continuously, regardless of headlight/parking light switch status. As Answer 1 suggests, your Owner/Operator Manual should explain how your particular vehicle's instrument lights are controlled. If you do not have your Manual, find someone who has a car identical to yours and ask them, or look at their Manual. If you can't find someone, try a dealership used car lot for a vehicle like yours. j3h