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I need to investigate mine - it’s stopped lighting up with the side lights and when the hazards are on.

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Cool I’ll have a look but mine is from a Rover 200 (think it was) 

difference in price was £4

or a td5 £78 😳

yes you can see what switch won 😂

 

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@PaulMc

does that the switch have a separate light for when it’s operated too?

Mine has stopped lighting up all together - I have one of your heated seat looms on there that picks up from that switch, so something could be happening there - but everything else is working, so it seems likely bulbs.

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No it only comes on with the backlights. No flash when pressed on. The indicator for the triangle is on the warning light panel with your dials.

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Ahh - hopefully just the illumination bulb to replace then. Thank you.

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12 hours ago, Anderzander said:

@PaulMc

does that the switch have a separate light for when it’s operated too?

Mine has stopped lighting up all together - I have one of your heated seat looms on there that picks up from that switch, so something could be happening there - but everything else is working, so it seems likely bulbs.

 

Sorry for the late reply.

The heated seat loom shouldn't affect the operation of the hazard switch.

Maverik has already answered correctly, regarding the hazard switch's illumination and operation.

6 hours ago, Maverik said:

No it only comes on with the backlights. No flash when pressed on. The indicator for the triangle is on the warning light panel with your dials.

 

 

4 hours ago, Anderzander said:

Ahh - hopefully just the illumination bulb to replace then. Thank you.

 

It is probably just the bulb.

If you remove it from the switch, you can test it by putting 12v across the contacts on the bulb holder.

 

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Thank you Paul

I’ll need to pull the dash out for another job and will look at it then - though there are more things ahead of it in the order of priorities I seem to have assembled 😳

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