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Reverse light switch

Just need to find out where the reverse switch is, its a little out n needs adjusting thats all cheers

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Look on the gear box switch could be damaged

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Hi Francis:
I'm assuming you've checked the bulbs and confirmed the grounds and sockets.
I'd check the transmission to see if there is a wire coming from it.
that should be the reverse lights switch. Check with a continuity meter to make sure it is working. Reverse shift position - continuity. Any other position, switch should be open.
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