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Hi All Loren if you reading pls reply :)

Still having tail light fault warning message, I have the 2008 led tail/brake lights and despite working when I hit the brake pedal the tail light will turn of after depressing and give the warning.

Piwis shows short circuit on left tail light, I have stripped and bench test both tail lights and found no issues.

I need to check the wiring back along the left side under seat and drivers floor but no idea which wires are for what.

I did pull the carpet drivers side and found some previous fiddling evidence. Any body got any diagrams and any advice please help me out.

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This conversion was done in 2008 by Porsche in Qatar. The full 2008 facelift was performed.

They installed a rear courtesy light in pararelle with each tail light to act as resistance. This worked for many years so I'm head scratching where the fault is located.

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