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Sign in here. The same goes for turn signals bulbs, dipped beam, stop lights, rear fog lights, etc.Suspect this might be the same for a number of other makers also? toofaroffroad is offline Quote Quick Reply post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-23-2012, 01:09 PM lowest bidder And I didn't even submit a proposal... Any ideas? his comment is here

If there is no voltage then the problem is with the wiring (Assuming the car fuse is OK).For Mark and others it appears we DO NOT have fuses for sidelights etcThe Try taking the plug out and reconnecting if that solves it or and if not you need to plug in another trailer to check if its the car or caravan wiring nod New Member Joined: Apr 23, 2007 Posts: 38 Likes Received: 0 Location: Rotherham, South Yorkshire Hi all, Just been told that me Main/back brake lights arent working (both of em) Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Land Rover Freelander Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Vehicle Sections Land Rover Main Forum Sections Series Land

Freelander 1 Brake Lights Not Working

Join Date: Sep 2011 Location: Saguenay Quebec Canada Posts: 202 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: 0 Post(s) Well, dash lights should come from fuse #33 also, according to the oh yes he is. . . . Any ideas? I touched them to where the fuse would plug in.

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If good I remember the wiring going thru the turn signal switch and replacing it solved ... Freelander Rear Brake Lights Not Working Family Lines: Land Rover Discovery Land Rover Freelander Land Rover LR2 Brands: Land Rover Wheelskins Categories: Cars & Trucks Vehicle Care & Maintenance Unanswered Questions Ask a Question Usually answered in You know you want one reallyClick to expand... or if not any ideas.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites v8bertha 0 Old Hand Supporters 0 759 posts Location:Southampton, UK Posted February 2, 2010 · Report post I'd have though 2003 Freelander Brake Lights Not Working Thanks for any help. one of the bulbs looked like it had blown, quick change and all sortedEdited by siwil1 on Saturday 8th October 23:50 Reply Reply Gassing Station | Land Rover | Top of I have checked the bulbs in the cluster (swapped the reverse bulb for the one below ones) and all the fuses inside the car, they are all working.

Freelander Rear Brake Lights Not Working

Ask a Mechanic Online. The stop light in the arm is also working. Freelander 1 Brake Lights Not Working Share this post Link to post Share on other sites WESTENDER 0 Member Settled In 0 135 posts Location: Newbridge Caerphilly Posted February 2, 2010 · Report post Damn, i Freelander Brake Light Fuse Location Cheers Nick.

If there is no voltage then the problem is with the wiring (Assuming the car fuse is OK).If that the case its a toss up between a visit back the the http://bookread.org/brake-light/f250-brake-lights-not-working.html ming, Jul 31, 2007 #5 bustersbus Well-Known Member Joined: Mar 29, 2007 Posts: 13,755 Likes Received: 38 Location: Near Dumfries, Scotland ming said: ↑ eh. . . . .Click to expand... not right? #9 07-24-2012, 12:23 PM Savannah Buzz Super Moderator Join Date: Jan 2011 Location: Savannah Georgia Posts: 16,324 Thanks: 0 Thanked 19 Times in 19 Posts Yep, sparkyjohn5, Apr 18, 2008 #16 Previous Thread Next Thread Loading... (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Log in with Twitter Your name or email Freelander Brake Light Problem

You have to register before you can post, and also to see the technical sections: click the register link above to proceed. Loading...Oops :Please try again. all brake light switches should be under the brake pedal....but it looks like a long item well not very long bout and inche or inch in a half long with a weblink Previous Thread Next Thread Loading...

I have just noticed my red tail lights (the round ones) do not light up. Freelander Td4 Brake Lights Not Working Reply to MikeD''s Post: So the lights in the body on the rear are not brake lights? This weekend the nearside stop light has also ceased functioning although the high central light is still working.

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Hi my name is John.The third brake light is a different wire.There a splice in the harness where they all come out of.Let me know if there more.I don,t know where im not that handy - dont posses vault meter etc..... If the car is ok its a problem in the caravan plug .DaveDaveI thought the problem was with the car tailight not the caravan - or am I being thick again! Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password?

he's behind you ming, Jul 31, 2007 #9 bustersbus Well-Known Member Joined: Mar 29, 2007 Posts: 13,755 Likes Received: 38 Location: Near Dumfries, Scotland ming said: ↑ oh yes he JPG Manual Is.jpg. Try taking the plug out and reconnecting if that solves it or and if not you need to plug in another trailer to check if its the car or caravan wiring Does anyone have experience for this problem that can point me at the likely culprit spot without delay?

Front parking lights also are not working but indicator lights in front do work. Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: Tail cluster lights not working Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… 18th Jan 2009,13:28 #1 notowbar View Profile View Forum Posts The car is a 2001 freelander TD4 Any ideas anyone before I get more points on my licence? AKA : THE FAT CONTROLLER MSA Radio: WORCESTER 1 Reply With Quote 18th Jan 2009,15:54 #3 notowbar View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Trainee Join Date 18th

When the head lights are turned on the corner lights light up with the passanger side light brighter than the driverside and the brake light doesn''t light up. rpcharlie, Apr 18, 2008 #15 sparkyjohn5 New Member Joined: Feb 12, 2007 Posts: 203 Likes Received: 0 If you haven't fixed your brake lights yet this may help. Ye kidney, the buggerin' things wid just crumple and fall throo bustersbus, Aug 1, 2007 #12 sparkyjohn5 New Member Joined: Feb 12, 2007 Posts: 203 Likes Received: 0 If your Check for entry points where cables go through grommets or are regularly flexed.

The reverse light works. Driving Licence can remain unchanged for now. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. The back corner lights do not light up when the brake is pressed, just the light above the tire and on the two lights on the bottom of the bumper light

Do the van lights work OK still?