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Brake Lights Fuse On 2006 Pts ?


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#1 Phifou (converted)

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Posted October 5, 2006 at 04:18 pm

Hi all,

I discovered that my rear brakes lights (down) does not light when braking. The central top brake light (CHMSL) lights normally.

On the manual, the schema gives the position of the central top brake fuse CHMSL on cavity #3 but they don't say anything about the other brake lights... Can anyone help me ?

#2 JOEMAMA (converted)

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Posted October 6, 2006 at 07:01 am

Hi all,

I discovered that my rear brakes lights (down) does not light when braking. The central top brake light (CHMSL) lights normally.

On the manual, the schema gives the position of the central top brake fuse CHMSL on cavity #3 but they don't say anything about the other brake lights... Can anyone help me ?


No, but it should be under warranty - let the dealer worry about it - why bother trying to fix it yourself?! :rolleyes:


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