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INDICATORS CLICK AS IF A BULB HAS BLOWN HAVE CHECKED FUSES AND REPLACED RELAY OFF TO BUY STALK
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sheres my solution...My rear brake light had gone(indicator and reverse light ok), the right dipped headlight had gone and also the automatic lights didn't work.
I solved it by first checking the rear light (as it was first to go) and condensation had got into the light. Looking at the bulb panel, it looked like it had shorted out. So I bought a pair of bulbs for it and a replacement bulb holder (ebay £13 inc del, Renault dealer £58 without fitting!). Replacing that was easy, as you just unscrew the back light from inside the boot, and unclip the holder + replace it with the bulb etc.
After that, the brake light worked but the rear light still was off. So I went to the fuse box (located on the dash edge, accessable by opening the passenger door) and pulled out + checked each fuse one by one.
I found that the condensation had shorted the rear bulb holder and blown the fuse. After replacing the fuse, the automatic lights and the dipped headlight, and the rear light worked fine.
So it seems that they are all linked in to eachother in some way, so fix your obvious problems first and you might find other things start working as well!
Hope it helps,
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Just to agree with ClioNZ on the issue of dash board lights and rear lights not working: I did exactly what he suggested, and it turned out that it was one of the three connectors by the bonnet release that was giving the problem (on my car, it's a square shaped, black coloured "plug").
I just plugged it out and back in, and everything is back to normal.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
somewhere along your steering column behind the dash should be a module called the electronic flasher module. This unit controls your turn signals and works separate from your hazards. Odds are the unit has gone bad...
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
remove it from the car, drilla largish hole in the plastic behind the catch, and use a screw driver to unclip it. it takes a bit of effort.
once you get it off trim down the lug for the next time so it comes out easier.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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