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Brake lights on 306 TDi not working, bulbs and fuses ok

Was driving tonight and heard a clicking noise coming from area around the fusebox. When stopped it appeared I had no brake lights. All the Fuses are fine. Could it be relay problem or the microswitch?

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  • mrmrselvis Oct 09, 2008

    Thanks for that will pass it on to my mate whos gonna take a look see tomorrow

  • mrmrselvis Oct 10, 2008

    Well it appears the brake lights weren't the clicking problem. They weren't working but that was the micro switch so god knows how long they had been out for!

    The clicking was cause by the head light connection on the indiator "Stick", so we're now trying to source one and hoping it doens't involve removing the steering wheel!

  • mrmrselvis Oct 11, 2008

    Thanks for that. Unfortunately couldn't source the part up here and my mate wasn't keen on removing the wheel as it's got an airbag on it. Have managed to work out the clips so I have lights to drive and am taking it down south to my folks and they are getting it fixed next week

    The help has been much appreciated, thanks again!

  • wayneinitm8 Mar 11, 2009

    hi my brake lights dont work on my pug 106. wen i brake the battery light comes on and if low on fule the fule light will go out at same time. not the fuses or the switch or bulbs. have been told it could be a bad earth???

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Clicking sound coming from fuse box area on peugeot 106 xl. by glove compartment. intermittent. checked lights etc all appear to be working ok. took it to garage but stopped doing it when I got there?
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I have same problem!!!!!!! Take a sledge hammer n wack the **** out of it!!!

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

Hi take your time and you will be ok best of luck yates210456

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Hi don,t usually have relays on brake lights check your brake light switch take the wires off the switch connect together with the ignition on see if the lights come on they should yates210456

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  • paul yates Oct 11, 2008

    hi if i remember right it is a complete switch if it is the steering will have to come off but its not that big a prooblem once you get the cover off the steering wheel and see the retaining nut undo as far as you can without taking the nut off completely your supose to use a puller but if you grab hold of the steering wheel at qaurter two and quarter past and pull evenly as hard as you can just rocking the wheel side to side while pulling it should come off the nut left on is so it doesn,t hit you when it comes off best of luck paul

  • paul yates Oct 11, 2008

    hi good idea let them pay thats what my lads do cheers for getting back yates210456 oh by the way if he does decide to take the air bag off its not that bad but disconnect the battery

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