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2002 jaguarxj8 when brakes applied, computor message ; check rear ligh ts ; all bulbs ok.connecter plugs taken off and on.

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  • ian_ahughes Jan 30, 2009

    changed stop/tail bulbs. problem solved

  • ian_ahughes Jan 30, 2009

    changed stop/tail bulbs. problem solved

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If you replaced bulbs recently with cheap ones the warning will come on.

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