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Old 19-01-18, 04:29 PM   #1
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Hi all first post.
I came home tonight just starting to get dark and have noticed that both dipped beams are not working main beam and sides working fine, could some one point me in the right direction please not even sure if there is a separate fuse for dipped or where it is.
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Old 19-01-18, 05:34 PM   #2
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Hi all first post.
I came home tonight just starting to get dark and have noticed that both dipped beams are not working main beam and sides working fine, could some one point me in the right direction please not even sure if there is a separate fuse for dipped or where it is.
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first port of call check the bulbs and fuses
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Old 19-01-18, 06:00 PM   #3
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yes done the bulbs but as for the fuses any idea where or what one looked on diagrams and did not see one just for dipped beam ?

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Old 19-01-18, 07:26 PM   #4
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Has this got a bulb for main beam and a bulb for dip beam ? You have changed the correct bulbs and not replaced the already working main beam bulbs ?
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Old 20-01-18, 02:23 PM   #5
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it has one bulb i have had a poke about at fuse box and they seam to be working now ??? pass to what it was ?? cheers for help every one
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Fusebox under the bonnet can get bad connections on fuse holders but it can also go faulty internally especially if the cover is not on properly
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Old 22-01-18, 11:18 AM   #7
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Have I done something after getting lights to work? i'm having a little of trouble the key fob doesn't work on the central locking and the radio doesn't hold any settings after a while of being parked up. start the engine fob works fine set the radio up that works fine turn off engine and it will work for a while and then reset to default on radio and fob will not work again, any ideas please sounds like a power supply has been lost but where to look ? or what fuse ? thanks in advance
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could be a failing battery?

Peugeots don't like it when the battery starts going down hill. I'd have a look at that if th e battery is 3 or more years old. This cold weather we've been having will show a shite battery up!

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The radio memory feed and the memory for the remotes both originate in the BSI so does sound like a supply issue rather than bad battery but it could be the battery
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The radio memory feed and the memory for the remotes both originate in the BSI so does sound like a supply issue rather than bad battery but it could be the battery

Agreed Reliable but the van is 6+ years old and may be still on original battery?

I don't know bugg*r all about BSIs and stuff but I do know a failing battery can cause all sorts of issues. Read about it a lot on this forum and through my own experience of them. I juat think it's worth checking that out first being easy and relatively cheap.

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