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1995 Land Rover Discovery Tail Light Problem

I have a 1995 Land Rover Discovery and the lights work when you put on the breaks but when you turn on the head lights the drivers side tail light/ running light is not working. We've replaced the bulbs and checked the fuses under the dash but ti is still out. We've had issues in the past with lights blowing and the back windows haven't worked in years. If any one can help it would be greatly appreciated. My husband is about to loose it over this light.

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Kerri

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  • roverdriver9 Mar 17, 2009

    i had that problem check for a bad connection on the 2 marker lamps on the driver side + that small light that under the head lamp

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    rear lights do not work when the headlights are on

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Check the circuit board that the bulb plugs into and make sure it is not burned or that the contacts are not damaged.

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