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.
If you have power from the fuse but no to the lights the most likely cause is the reversing light switch has gone faulty.
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?
the brake light fuse on a peugeot partner is F1O!! STOP SWITCH FUSE!!
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!
Check the fuses first. If the fuses are ok check the reverse switch. The switch is under the dash on some models, and on the transmission on others. A bad or misaligned switch is the most likely cause for no back up lights.
To change a headlight bulb on a Peugeot 307 SW you need to locate the back of the lights that sit below the bonnet. Turn the plastic cover 90 degrees to remove and access the lights. Remove the bulb in the spring clip and install a new one in its place.
At at least 500 feet, but most likely a lot further back.
It's not likely.
there is a wire and plug jus under your glovebox in the pasenger side footwell. if you plug that back in the lights will work properly again.
shoes that are to small for you because they will smash your toe and it will cause back pain
you have a short circuit somewhere Take it to a qualified mechanic for a wiring diagnostic It sounds like you have a short more than likely under the rear. A bare wire/s is likely the cause which is common on vehicles after a period of time from corrosion. I would start with looking at the wiring back by the tail lights under the vehicle. Hope this helps.
I found this on my 1997 Silverado and found the connection from the wiring harness to the back OS the switch itself was loose, I could wigle it arouns and make the lights come back on.
Remove the instrument panel plastic cover. Remove the back cover of the instrument panel. The instrument panel lights will be visible and can be accessed.
cause the head lights r one the head of the car, the front and the taillights are on the back of the car also known as the tails
Most likely it is your lumbar vertebra.
Try to replace the lights first. If they still don't work check the fuse. If that is good, it is most likely your back up light switch which is on the transmission(this is most likely your problem since both lights are out).
Yes, though they arent imediately obvious as they are hidden by a red tint. Turn on ignition so the dash lights up, but dont start the engine, put the gearstick in reverse and walk round back of the car. voila.
Check the wiring for your trailer plug. You most likely have a bad ground back there
Most likely the reverse lights were attached to the light bar.
Check the tail light ground wires.
On the back of a car there are tail lights, turn signals, and brake lights. Cars also have back up lights that tell people when the car is in reverse.
most likely a inflamation of the nerves is the cause,
Not likely, but a twisted nerve in the neck might.
The manufacturer's recommendation for peugeot 206 is 31 PSI front and back