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#1 Salih

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Posted 11 November 2009 - 09:31 PM

ok heres the deal, head lights working fine, break lights and indicators working fine, however my dashbord / interor lights not working, tail lights not working, reverse light not working, rear number plate lights not working..

I checked all fuses not problems with fuses, check all the bulbs, no blown bulbs apart from the number plate bulb, when i took the bulb out the all those problems was gone, then without even having the put a new bulb in the problem came back...

why is this happening? :angry:

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#2 dog68

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Posted 12 November 2009 - 07:28 AM

ok heres the deal, head lights working fine, break lights and indicators working fine, however my dashbord / interor lights not working, tail lights not working, reverse light not working, rear number plate lights not working..

I checked all fuses not problems with fuses, check all the bulbs, no blown bulbs apart from the number plate bulb, when i took the bulb out the all those problems was gone, then without even having the put a new bulb in the problem came back...

why is this happening? :angry:

sounds like you have a bad earth connection, or a live to earth short, check the wiring, clean up earth contacts, test with multimeter, if you have one ;)

#3 beatty36

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Posted 12 November 2009 - 05:59 PM

Sounds like a christmas tree lol. If one bulb blows then a majority of them go out.


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