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Old 26th-July-2008, 12:30
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Default Freelander Relays

Can anyone provide the Main Beam relay location for a 99 Freelander 1.8 ?
Main beam wont work , chekced fuses and bulbs next stop is the relay once I know which one it is.
As a side note is there any way to test it ?

Dave
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Old 28th-July-2008, 11:03
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Default Re: Freelander Relays

Anyone ????
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Old 28th-July-2008, 11:04
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Default Re: Freelander Relays

I think there in the fuel filler pipe and the only way to check them is with a match
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Old 28th-July-2008, 18:16
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Default Re: Freelander Relays

It's in the main fuse box in the drivers side glovebox under the steering wheel. It's the left hand relay of the five although #4 will be empty if no electric sunroof. You can check it by swapping with one of the others next to it. #1 main/dipped beam relay. #2 heated rear screen relay. #3 Power socket relay. #4 Sunroof relay/empty. #5 Electric windows relay. You can remove the suspect relay and test it but quicker to check by substitution as above. Good luck.
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Old 28th-July-2008, 22:33
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Default Re: Freelander Relays

Alphonse STAR MAN !! - swapped it over with the heated rear screen relay which i wont need for a while yet - MAIN BEAM NOW WORKIN !! - fantastic !
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