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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi Andrew, try to press the pairing button and keeps hold for 3 sec. then switch the ignition in first position while still holding the button for another 3 sec then the the pairing messeage should be sig on. but it the pairing messeage did not show i suspect that your ULF control unit is faulty and needs to be replace.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: where is the fuse for
Rear indicator fuse? Will that be for the tail lights? If so any light bulb has a filament which acts like a fuse. When a fuse blows out it is melted down in the middle. The lights have a tungstun filament sealed in a vacuum glass bulb which makes it last for years under normal use. When they get old or a crack forms in the seal area the filament burns out which opens like a fuse does. Check for a light bulb with a dark or hazed colored bulb. If you see one that bulb is burned out
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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