I've just bought a Peugeot 307 hdi. I took it back because (I thought) the right side reverse light wasn't working. The garage told me there isn't one!
probably the switch stuck on. pull out fuse in mean time
It would seem that the switch has broken, the switch is located above the pedal, it is easy to replace.
Here you go http://www.peugeotlogic.com/fuses/fuses406/fuses1.htm
probably the brake light switch on the pedal if none are working at all
If the back lights on a Peugeot 206 are not working, make sure the bulbs are new. If the bulbs are not the problem, there could be an issue with the fuse.
There is one reversing light. There is one reversing light.
Changing the dashboard lights from orange to blue in an 05 Peugeot 206cc is rather easy. Make sure you have the blue lights ready. Simply lift the hood of your car and unscrew the lights from behind, and replace them.
If the bulbs are working then you just need to change te fuse.
Your brake lights are out too! Replace the fuse.
What's the question? Yes, a peugeot 106 has dashboard lights.
Parking lights may stay on after a BMW is turned off because the headlight is bad. A faulty relay could also cause this problem.
The most common reason that your dash lights and taillights are not working on your Pontiac Grand Am is blown fuses. Replace the fuses.
how two change my front head lights on a peugeot 206
if it is like mine (2005) it has no supplying cables. only medium and maximum lights cables.
If the lights work a little but appear dim then i would suggest a dodgy earth?
There are two backup lights next to the red tail lights.
there are 2
Your dashboard lights suddenly not working is almost always your indication that your taillights are out. If the fuse for your taillights is blown and you replace it, your dash lights should be fine.
I haven't worked on your make and model of vehicle so this answer will be generic in nature since the basics are similar for all vehicles. Your problem with the "Reversing" light [Backup light in US English] switch is one of two things: * The switch is not properly adjusted, or * the contact points inside the switch are stuck in the closed [ON] position. This could be the result of a failed return spring or that the contact points have become stuck [welded] together. The fact that the lights are on indicates that the circuit is working. The "fix" for this issue is to make sure the switch position is properly adjusted, and if the problem continues, then replace the switch.
Your flasher relay is defective, replace it.
You need the near pair of the rear lights and a screwdriver to unscrew the screws if you want to change the rear lights on a Peugeot 607.
Where's the fuse situated for brake lights on a Peugeot partner 1998
position lights are your side lights