Question about 1998 Land Rover Discovery
The rear brake lights on either side of my 98 Discovery LSE don't work only the cyclops does, even after I have replaced all of the fuses and bulbs related to these lights.
What else could be the problem?
If the high level brake lamp works and the other 2 lamps have good bulbs, then there is a power loss, most propably with the installation. You should go to an auto electrician to see where the break is.
If someone has recently done any work on the electrics, you should recheck. It is not a seperate fusable power supply system or brake switch for the high level brake lamp, it will take its power from the fused system that the other 2 have.
Hope this helps
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