Question about Jaguar S-Type
Replaced bulb once already and a week later the turn signal has failed again
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
CHECK TURN SIGNAL FUSE.IF FUSE IS GOOD.TURN SIGNAL IS BAD.IF FUSE IS BLOWN.FIND SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM.BEFORE REPLACING THE FUSE.FOR THE DAY TIME LIGHTS.YOUR LIGHT BULBS IS HALOGEN.WHEN REPLACING THEM YOU HAVE TO WEAR CLEAN GLOVES FREE FROM OIL GREASE OR DIRT.BECAUSE THE BULBS WILL OVER HEAT AND BLOW.YOU CANT TOUCH BULB WITH HANDS.YOUR HAND HAVE OIL IN PORES.SO YOU HAVE TO WEAR CLEAN NEW GLOVES WHEN HANDLING BULBS.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
After you have checked all the obvious = fuses/connections etc. and still have problems - look closely at the bulb itself, especially the crimp connections of the filament where it joins the up-stands inside the bulb (use an eyeglass) this is often where manufacturing faults occur, I have had two bulbs from the same shop/batch just recently with this fault. This also shows as a intermittent fault with lamp failure alarm coming on - then for no reason going back off.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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