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Any other ideas? Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? If I'm following the circuit diagram correctly, it appears the RH & LH lamps are completely separate up till they get to the Main Lighting Switch. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites teabag 3 Old Hand Settled In 3 1,029 posts Location:Kent, The Garden of England Posted March 3, 2012 · Report

Once this is out the way they work fine for the whole journey. Are there any advantages to going with an upgraded bulb like the - Sylvania Silverstar H7s - Xenon X Headlight Bulbs Also, is it illegal to go to high wattage (e.g., Any help is appreciated. My highbeams do work though, so I am thinking that maybe the bulb blew out? http://landroverforums.com/forum/discovery-ii-18/headlights-stopped-working-53121/

Land Rover Discovery Headlights Not Working

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Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests) User Tag List Thread Tools Show Printable Version Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Linear Mode Hybrid we see that with k236 operated the switch contacts should allow current between terminal 30 and 87, being supplied by fuse 4 in the engine compartment fuse box. No, create an account now. Peter email: [email protected] web: http://www.stationary-engine.co.uk web: http://www.oldengine.org/members/diesel listerdiesel is offline Quote Quick Reply post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 04:17 PM hafaday Senior Member Join Date: Apr

Coop Bulb is out or loose, give it a smack it may come on..mine have..time for new bulbs I seem to do it anually.. easy to remove, 3 screws under steering wheel, pull trim off, 2 screws holding switch to column, gently pull switch out, disconnect connectors. (and mind the solid earth connector on the Since both lights are going out it narrows down the problem to the areas where the feed is the same i.e switch and relay. in the meantime, i'll either hone the write up skills, or crawl back to the 109.....

Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. LikeLike Reply ↓ Mark Ashdown on October 13, 2016 at 5:18 pm said: Hi - I would like to upgrade my bulbs tp 80 /100 - I guess ths is a RageRover Range Rover Classic 0 01-25-2006 08:29 PM Posting Rules You may post new threads You may post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts Since neither one will work, and since they both use a separate fuse, it is feeling less like a fuse issue anyway.

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I tell them that when sea level rise inundates the city,... Readers Restorations Alternative fuels. Community Links User Tagging Statistics Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Google Search Go to Page... and well the switch, i may pull it out and have a look see if somethings some loose...

one end of the dc voltmeter needs an earth. For a while now they have been tempermental when the engine is first started from cold, the engine has to run for a few minutes before they come on, and at Does this make sense? most tester will do for this sort of stuff, you need one that measures direct current, the pic shows the symbol with the rotary switch pointing to it.

that took a fair bit of head scratchin. I don't know very much about car electrics! If this cures it you need a new relay.

Quick question, any thoughts on which bulb I should buy?

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All rights reserved. 2006-2011 Copyright. slight break from my 109 thread (http://www.landyzone.co.uk/lz/f6/dug-out-109-a-189574.html) in order to look at the issue of the disco headlights packing up. Not a big deal now, but want a heads up if this means I should expect problems in the future. thanks Ben 1983 Land Rover Series 3, Yellow, Galvanized chassis, Now with a 200TDI !! 04 TD6 vogue, epsom green.

Turn to main beam all OK back to dip and they go out, not much fun at 60 along country roads. Paul D, Jun 20, 2012 #4 Drakor New Member Joined: Feb 22, 2013 Posts: 16 Likes Received: 0 Location: Essex Near Harlow thx very much indeed for the info, must have Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Niamh 1 Old Hand Settled In 1 265 posts Location:SA41 Posted March 3, 2012 · Report post It doesn't show No idea why it happened, but they said it's been known to happen before.

so check the wiring from the back of the headlights to the dash hope this helps good luck jollyfarmer, Dec 14, 2010 #7 catofthewoods New Member Joined: Oct 17, 2010 The time now is 04:23 AM. Advertising Featured Sponsors Vendor Directory -- LRF37 Contact Us - Land Rover Forums - Land Rover Enthusiast Forum - Archive the colour code is the same, and it terminates at connector "c2109" with relay "k236" plugged into it. I've changed the stalk switch for a 'new' one from ePrey, still the problem persists.

I will try that, first, and then order one if that is unsuccessful. #7 10-01-2012, 12:52 PM Disco Mike Administrator Join Date: Apr 2006 Location: Denver, Colorado Posts: nowt. I doubt they are putting all that current through the switch.. Each headlight LH & RH has it's own bulb, lamp holder and fuse - for any two of those to fail simultaneously seems to me to be highly unlikely.

If your lights are currently working flick the light switch on and off while holding each of the relays in turn. twiddled headlight switch, still nowt. (still tripped up and not realised....) so it appears i have a dicky switch. I'm often asked how an environmental scientist can drive around in a 10 mpg Land Rover... http://www.facebook.com/edthefanman Lets not aaargue about whoooo killed whooo!

Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Discovery Series I Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Announcements, Policies & Promotions Announcements LRRForums Store Group Buys Welcome To LandyZone! If no difference then I would say you have a bad headlight switch. #3 09-29-2012, 01:42 PM Bkreutz Senior Member Join Date: May 2012 Location: Shoreline, WA Posts: Bookmark the permalink. 4 thoughts on “Land Rover Defender Headlights Dip Beam not working -SOLUTION” Pingback: Land Rover Defender Headlights Dip Beam not working - SOLUTION | My Blog Shirley Nott

covered in a layer of crud, been wet, dried out, contacts are gonna be knacked in that...... The lights issue could be a number of things, but as the main beam is OK on that side, the earth should be also OK.