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2013 iveco daily 35s11 rear tail lights; Faulty rear lights
Topic Started: Dec 31 2017, 12:32 PM (173 Views)
Denhugs
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Hi. I bought a daily 2013 35s11. .. was a ASDA fridge van. Turning it into a flat bed but can't get the rear tail lights to work. All the fuses seem to be ok and all the rest of the lights are working. Front lights. marker lights. Brake lights indicators. fog. Are all ok except for the 2 tail lights. Any thoughts would be much appreciated
Thanks Den
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Pull the wiring out of the conduit to both the rear lamps it's a very small yellow wire that powers the side lights and they are prone to breaking. Check the round plug for signs of green/corrosion. Other thing to check is that the stop/tail bulbs are in the correct way round. The side lights are not fused but are controlled by the body computer
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Thanks for the reply..
Connecting are good ... from what l can see the brake light bulb is a single element bulb 21w... the twin element bulb is side light and fog
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Jan 1 2018, 05:51 PM
Pull the wiring out of the conduit to both the rear lamps it's a very small yellow wire that powers the side lights and they are prone to breaking. Check the round plug for signs of green/corrosion. Other thing to check is that the stop/tail bulbs are in the correct way round. The side lights are not fused but are controlled by the body computer
So do l need to get it plugged into a computor to reset it
Edited by Denhugs, Jan 10 2018, 12:21 PM.
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