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  1. bishbosh

    Disco 2 questions

    Problem 1: have just replaced the standard front bumper on my 1999 TD5 with a winch bumper with integrated driving lights that plug into the front fog light loom. Headlights are on during these diagnostics by the way I am getting power to the switch on the dash but nothing happens when I press the switch. With the rear fog light switch you can hear the relay in the dash click and the light on the switch comes on and the fog lights work. I am suspecting the relay (assuming there is one) but the voltages at the pins on the switch don't change when the switch is depressed so with my pathetic electrical knowledge I am also suspecting the switch.....? Thoughts please. Problem 2 I have fitted 235 x 85 mud tyres on steel rims and looking at the front it looks like it will be awfully close between the front of the tyre and the washer bottle at full bump with tyres straight ahead. Do I need to change the washer bottle for something more compact? Please don't suggest removing the springs to check this!! Thanks folks!
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