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LIGHT BULBS KEEP BURNING OUT IN A FEW DAYS , SOME TIMES ONLY LAST ONE DAY
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: heater not working
The problem is probably the blower motor resistor. I'm not sure where yours is located exactly. They can be on the firewall under the hood or some are near the blower motor under the dash.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: fan keep runnig all the time
You have a faulty temp sensor in your radiator, if you can see the rad look around the outside of the rad and look for a round sensor with two wires coming from it, it looks like a brass hexegon nut, Got to land rover and ask for a radiator temp switch for the fan. they are easy to change if you have a wrench to fit it, you will lose a little fluid so be sure to top up your coolant after fitting. Hope this helps email@example.com
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: bulbs keep burning out
When you replace headlights in today's cars, DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS OF THE BULB!. Handle the bulb only with the packing material the bulb ships in, or with a clean dry cloth.The oils in your skin will cause premature failure of the bulb.
Also, check the sockets (car side) carefully to make sure they are not burned.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
the electrical needs to be looked at as the wireharnesses on these models is very britle.
the wire cases shead off and leave the exposed wires to short out on each other in the harness.
start by looking under the hood and checking for this condition in any of the visable wire harnesses.
if you see any sign of wires sheading there casings do not touch anymore as the more the wires move around the worse they get.
my c280 had this problem and it was 2k to replace the bad harness.
benz did the work.
this is the only thing that will contribute to your complaint of multiple electrical fuses and bulbs burning out.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
I own a 97 LS as well and I was going through passenger taillight bulbs too. I found that the water that drained in the channel around the trunk was deteriorating the connectors on the taillight. I replaced the circuit board (black plastic piece you plug the lights into) and also used a can of Electical Connector Cleaner on both the plug to the circuit board and the socket the lights plug into. Lights have lasted now 5 months without burning out.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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