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04 GT3 - the instrument dash lights don't come on when switching on the running/head lights, after say thirty or forty minutes driving they will, could this be a circuit board issue, I'm guessing it shares a fuse with the number plate light and they works so not intermittent fuse holder, any where else ?? multi pin on back of unit maybe, perish the thought of trying to find a break on the printed circuit board.

another issue: the running light warning buzzer's packed up, anyone know it's location ??

Cheers

Robert

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  • 1 month later...

finally replaced the light switch, beast of a thing, terminals for days, but fixed the problem, including regaining number plate light and park light warning buzzer. I can see my instrument panel now.

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list of items this one switch feeds:

Front headlights

Front fog

Front side lights (pair)

Front/Rear side (left only)

Front/Rear side (right only)

Rear side (pair)

Rear fog

Rear number plate

Instrument panel light

Light on warning buzzer

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