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How to remove rear shroud on a TE888NR to check or replace batteries?
On most scooters to remove the battery cover shroud you often need to remove the seat so the cover can lift up and off. The shroud is commonly held down with velcro pads so you just pull up to release it. The light fittings normally have simple block connectors for the wiring that you unclip and pull out.
2009 Fiat 500. Yellow triangle on dash 'check running lights', but both running lights are working?
This appears to be a well known issue. I found this
I had the same issue when i changed one of the Daylight Running Lights in the front and one of my rear brake lamps.
I ended up changed both brake lamps since its a two pack, the front lights all looked well.
The rear, one was off even if i changed both.
I was puzzled but then tried to turn off my DRL from the menu section on the front panel which didn't work.
Opened the brake lamps and checked them again and they all worked.
I reset my error codes (check your manufacturer book) mine was 5 pumps with engine off then key out and then engine on.
The "check running lights" code disappeared as well. Make sure to check all your lights are on(front back.
Hope that works for one of you at least!
I has the exact same issue. DRL going out when headlamps turned on. I found the problem. It's a simple fix.
It was a bad connection between the bulb and the bulb holder. I noticed wiggling the bulb made it come on and off.
The fix is to bend the exposed wires on the bulb so that they stand proud rather than squashed flat against the bulb.
I did it by gently prizing them away from the bulb and then I put a small screw driver underneath it and pressed the wire back down again. You could use a cocktail stick or march stick or similar.
This makes the contact between the bulb and the holder tighter. Job done.
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