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Old 21-11-11, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default Blown bulb, replaced, fuse ok still no light on the left

307 2004 Style
Front left main bulb blew
Raplaced
No go...
Checked fuse and replaced
Still nowt
Right one works and there is a click from the fuse box

Any ideas? Is it gonna be costly
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Old 22-11-11, 08:30 AM   #2
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Was the old bulb actually blown?

Mine went out a few days ago, took the cap off the rear of the light and released the bulb and it suddenly pinged on, been fine ever since so could be a dodgy connector
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Was the old bulb actually blown?

Mine went out a few days ago, took the cap off the rear of the light and released the bulb and it suddenly pinged on, been fine ever since so could be a dodgy connector
Oh yeah she'd blow, nice and black and i heard it go pop.

I've stuck a multi meter across the conection and nothing. It got late last night and i didn't think to check it across where the fuse goes as well
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Yeah if you could get a reading at fuse that'd help track it down
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Yeah if you could get a reading at fuse that'd help track it down
If there is nothing at the fuse any ideas?
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Old 24-11-11, 03:22 PM   #6
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Thinking about it i think theres only 1 fuse for both sides anyway, so you will ger a reading at the fuse!

I'd look at connector myself
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