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Rear and brake light problem

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Mr S, Dec 23, 2018.

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    Mr S New Member

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    Hi, new here your help would be appreciated.
    Ok so my brake lights are on all the time when the headlights are on and the tail lights don't work at all. Also my windscreen wipers go slow if the headlights are on and her is the best bit. If my lights are on and I indicate right the rear door opens!!!! Help please
     
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    Hi and welcome.

    I have just a few simple questions, what is the model, what fuel does it use, what year was it made, without any of that simple information I could be trying to help you fix a Nissan Micra for all I know :);)

    Best option is to go to the relevant sub forum and ask in there and tell them what year and model it is as this is the one where you pop in for courteous "Hi"
     
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    It's a 06 freelander td4.
    And sorry if I posted in the wrong part.
    Hi. ( courageously)
     
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    Welcome. There are dedicated sections for each veh model under the Forums tab. Click on it and scroll down to your particular model and someone should be able to help
     
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    Thanks
     
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