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hi guys I have recently bought my 307sw 2.0 110 se 2004 and am unable to get the curtesy lights to work when you open the doors or push the button. I have tried 2 replacements units and changed the bulbs, tried holding the button for 10 seconds and 5 seconds etc, but nothing I have tried will work. The map lights work fine so am I being dim and missing something :confused:? Any advice would be greatly appreciated :)
 

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Possible break in the cable to the courtesy light. Does the rear light work when the doors are opened ?

My handbook for a 2004 307 says the courtesy light can be deactivated or reactivated by pressing the switch for more than three seconds but considering you have already tried this it would be safe to say that deactivation isn't your problem. The courtesy light should come on when the key is removed from the ignition and when the door is unlocked so the blame can't really be the door lock mechanism either/

The manual also says that the map lights share the same fuse as the courtesy light so that rules out a blown fuse.

So my reckoning, based on the info you have given is a break in the feed to the courtesy light seems to be the only logical cause.
 

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Hi Storeman thanks for the reply, the rear light only works if you press the button not when you open the doors. The only lights that do work are the glove box and boot lights. The main plug (4 pin) also feeds the map reading lights which work so how do I find which which wire does what? I have noticed that the fuse is a 20a not a 30a would this make any difference?
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Curtesy lights

Hi guys I took my car to French car specialists who put it on diagnostic, they have said that the interior light is showing as on, they did a bsi reset and checked the wiring and still not able to get the curtesy lights to come on.
Their diagnosis is that the bsi needs replacing £500, is this correct ? Have already spent over £100 and am not will to pay £500 just so I can have working curtesy lights. Any suggestions or advice would be great.
 
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