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StevieDavison

Mk6 Fiesta Brake Light Issue

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Hello

Im new to the Forum

Been using a Mk6 Fiesta Tdci 1.4 as a daily runaround (Im a normally a VAG man)

To be fair the car hasnt skipped a beat and has been a fantastic car for my daily commute.

I had a brake light go out Drivers side and whipped the rear light off amusing the double filament bulb would need replacing. After inspecting the bulb and replacing I am still having the same problem.

The other brake lights work however so im amusing it wont be a fuse issue?

Does anyone have nay insight into what may be causing this malfunction or shall I go out and get another bulb *official ford*

Pretty sure looking at the existing bulb there isnt anything wrong with it visibly at all.

Any information would be greatly appreciated

Steve

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Possible dirty connection possible wiring fault. Ive had both problems. One was a dirty contact in the socket for the bulb the other, one of the wires had been slighty trapped and had shorted out

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Possible dirty connection possible wiring fault. Ive had both problems. One was a dirty contact in the socket for the bulb the other, one of the wires had been slighty trapped and had shorted out

Il get a voltmeter out and try and trace were the power gets to that was going to be my next port of call. Cheers for the info mate. :)

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Mine had got trapped when id put the light unit back in and had split the wire just taped it up and it worked fine

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