Question about 2004 Land Rover Range Rover
I checked the fuse to see if it was bad and it was good. I then took the passenger side bulb and switched it to the driver side and vice vera. I turned the engine on, turned the lights on and the passenger side light came on and not the driver side. The reason why i did this is to check if the bulb was really bad and it wasn't both bulbs are good. I really need some help on what i should do next or maybe a solution.
Check the wiring going into the back of the light. Make sure no bare wires. It should go into the harness so it wont be a very long wire. If none visable make sure there is no rust on the contacts in the light socket its self.. Hope that helps..
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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