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Left indicator only works sporadically. Assume it is the relay but cannot find it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I suggtes check the back-up lights switch... the switch is on the near-side, behind the front wheel (Astra 2DI), took the wheel
off to make it easier to get at. A few inches above and slightly
forward of the drive-shaft, on the gearbox It has an armoured cable
going to it. Check this DIY for reference details: Replacing Reverse Light Switch
Other possibilitie, could be brake peddal switch (generally in back side of brake peddal).
Hope helps; keep us updated.
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
I think I can explain it easy enough with no diagrams as this is a simple enough job.
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
By "normal lights" I assume you mean "low-beam headlamps"? If this is true, then you may either have burned out headlamp bulbs or a faulty low-beam headlamp relay or relay circuit.
Posted on Mar 24, 2012
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