Question about 2000 Land Rover Discovery
bulbs wattage may be to high, heat genarated
by them may be to much for plugs try investing in a HID light svstem it uses higher wattage bulbs with out the exsesive heat
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Instal a relay (preferably in a mounting socket);
Wire one side of the control coil to the +12v mainbeam 'on' circuit.
Take the other relay coil control connection to the additional 'Driving-lamp on' control switch (switched to ground).
Supply relay contacts 'common' with a fused +12V from battery - use wire with sufficient current carry capacity to feed driving lights. Connect switched +12V output to the driving lamps.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
You meant the wiper do not park? That is a problem with the motor assembly, which is responsible for parking the wipers. The switch just turns it on, and off.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
brake light switch is faulty should be in the area of brake pedal just disconeect switch if lights go out you have your problem
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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You can find factory wiring diagrams here (free RAVE Download) http://www.landroverresource.com/ And sure you can wire your spots into rear fog switch, depending on watts/draw of your lights you might want to "UP" the fuse rating
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