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Reversing lights not working, keep changing the fuse but it keeps blowing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have to open the boot and go in through that way. you know where the lights are? lift the carpet bit back and you should be able to do it that way. havent tried it myself but going to try and change mine tonite
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
I had a persistent problem of hill light warning and TCS warning lights coming on for no apparent reason. There is a wire connection between the stop light switch and the control unit to let the system know when brakes are being applied. Changing the stop light switch cured it. The replaced switch was certainly sticking and the new one was of a different design. Replaced it myself as switch comes with a wiring loom. Need to get on your back under the steering wheel! Not very expensive. My car 2001 TD4
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
On the side of your transmission will be a switch with several wires coming out of it. This is your reverse switch that turns on your reverse lights and most likely needs to be replaced
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Fuse block under the hood. Driver's side, under the brake master cylinder. Number 18. TCB#2. Replace the fuse.
There is an under-engineered ground in the reverse circuit. If you back up with the dome lights on, it could blow that fuse. There should be some extra fuses under the cover of the fuse block.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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