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Old 24-11-17, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default 2003 307SW Electrical problem after fixing turn signal

I fixed the turn signal lever on my car because it was loose. Afterwards I have had trouble with the headlights being on constantly and it is not possible to turn it off, I have to disconnect the battery when not using the car. The high beam also does not work, but the high beam indicator is on. I have replaced the entire turn signal lever and the circuit board to try to fix it, but it has made no difference.

Does anyone know what might be wrong? Is it possible a fuse is broken?
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Old 25-11-17, 06:54 AM   #2
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The Comms unt will need overhaul, Trustme on this site did offer a repair service, send him a PM or contact Graham on [email protected]
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