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Drivers side lights blowing when caravan is hooked up.


 
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2023 21:14    Post subject: Drivers side lights blowing when caravan is hooked up. Reply with quote

67P vehicle, when the caravan is connected or the trailer board the drivers side rear side light keep blowing and stops the lights working on said caravan/trailer board,
(drivers side fuse in the engine bay 7.5amp) which controls the ECS for the side lights all other lights ok brakes, indicators. ECS i think is ok spoke with their tec guy and ran through a few things.
Now same caravan but on my old car 57P shogun was fine never any issues.
I don't think its a short circuit more over load as it only blows after about 5mins please correct me if this sounds wrong Smile .
Any common fault anybody had this problem that can help before I take it to an auto sparks.

Many thanks

Mick.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2023 3:57    Post subject: Reply with quote

"after five minutes" ... is that with the vehicle stationary (engine off), or whilst it moves? Could it be due to vibration and a loose/stray strand of wire, or moisture, in the back of the socket on the vehicle?
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