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Hi All.

I not sure if this is Australian spec or export spec but my 110 1996 Landrover Defenders lights have a toggle switch and I always thought that the first position was for side lights and the second position was for full lights with full beam on the indicator stalk? But mine go first to full lights and second is the same with the indicator stalk operating full beam! is this a switch problem? the side lights come on with the ignition off when the toggle is switched on!

Anyone similar or is it just export spec? Any advise would be good

Thanks tedsmart (or not so)

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Do the side lights come on the first position with igniition off as well as on?

Does the vehicle have a dim-dip relay?

Does the stalk operate dim and dip correctly?

Do the side & tail lights operate together?

American spec (Series) vehicles switch the front sidelights out when the headlights are switched on.

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Do the side lights come on the first position with igniition off as well as on?

Does the vehicle have a dim-dip relay?

Does the stalk operate dim and dip correctly?

Do the side & tail lights operate together?

American spec (Series) vehicles switch the front sidelights out when the headlights are switched on.

Hi, questios questions!

yes the side lights come on in the first position with the ignition off and on.

In the second position the full beam comes on with the aid of the indicator stalk.

the tail lights and the side lights work together.

It does seem strange that the stalk only seems to operate one action with two actions!!!!

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