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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dash lamps and tail lamps are usually on the same fuse. So check your fuses. Check them electrically as checking the visually is not enough..Buy yourself a test probe from an autoparts store clip then end to a good ground, like the vehicle body and touch the probe to each end of the fuses. If the lamp lights up at both ends, the fuse is good. If it lights up at only one end, then that fuse has failed and needs replacing. If the probe does not light up at all, then that fuse has no power, this may be due to that circuit NOT being turned on. Make sure that you turn the tail lamps on before you check the fuses. The brake lamp is most likely a hinckey bulb, but some some Landrovers have seperate fuses for each lamp so again, check fuses..
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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