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Brake lights not working You are here: Club TogetherDiscussionsTowcars & TowingBrake lights not working 8 posts Share / subscribe: Facebook Twitter RSS feed Send via email member davetrfc, two green stars Swapped the rear lights over and they both worked. The more detail and information you provide in your question the easier it is for others to help you. Mike. Source

So the previous owner has probably been bobbing along the motorway with the brake lights going on and off. Post a reply Share / subscribe: Facebook Twitter RSS feed Send via email You are now following this discussion and will receive email updates when someone posts. i tried changing the fuse but still not working, took the plug apart and there seems to be some corrosion in there i took a couple of the wires out and Close Community Where to startDiscussionsYour storiesLocal groupsHelpProfile Not yet a member? http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/chatter/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=8&TopicID=190098

Caravan Lights Not Working On One Side

My Lights Blew by Ste (Liverpool) My lights blew in caravan and now won't work. It may be a broken connection or damaged wire from anywhere between the location where the brake lamp cable splits to feed both side and the back of the lamp unit I have been unable to find the way to do it, please help me to sort my problem....

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You may have a loose connection. However if I move the switch to caravan battery they do work. so thanks for the reply paul Back to top Back to Top Tips 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear Caravan Indicators Not Working you now have the side lights lit instead of your brake lights???

View ThreadsNew Topic Feedback, Ideas and Help Requests related to this websiteFeedback and suggestions and help requests about this website and forum only View ThreadsNew Topic There are417,486 UKCampsite.co.uk members and Caravan Road Lights Not Working Post liked! Cleaning it out solved the problem at no cost at all. http://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/topic/21496-stop-lights-on-caravan-not-working/ How?

I will let my mate know what's going on and I will post you as soon as he gets a positive result. Caravan Tail Lights Not Working Browse all worldwide tours

Browse all worldwide tours Insurance Caravan Insurance Motorhome Insurance UK breakdown and recovery Car Insurance Overseas Holiday Insurance Home Insurance Pet Insurance Motorcycle Insurance Gadget Insurance Key as the bulb current passess, it heats up the resitive joint and may have distorted the holder a little which allowed more corrosion and eventually the electrical contact is broken - Make sure there is no corrosion on the earth connections in the plug and also the caravan rear lights.

Caravan Road Lights Not Working

If you ask your local caravan dealer, they should be able to supply you with the correct bulbs etc. http://www.caravanclub.co.uk/community/discussions/technical-and-advice/awnings-parts-and-accessories/new-to-caravans---dicky-brake-light/rt/71275/ Simply click here to return to Caravan Questions and Answers. Caravan Lights Not Working On One Side member EasyT, Caravanner From Cheshire two purple stars [Online] Posted 24 May 2015 by EasyT Quote | Report I assume that the socket on the car is relatively new and not Caravan Brake Light Bulb I had to take off the battery earth when I parked!After all kinds os investgations by myself, mechanically gifted friends, local backstreet garages and finally main dealer, the only suggestion offered

Thanks again for all your help PS bought a 6m trailer extension cable really helped with connecting the van up lol Kia Sportage pulling a Bailey Ranger 460/4 The administrator has this contact form Fixingit may involve grovelling around on the floor beneath the caravan to find where the wire goes or if your lucky the cable may enter the van behind the light fitting You can even get money off your weekly shop at Sainsbury's!   We're adding new offers all the time, so take a look at what we have waiting for you this Only one brake light working on my caravan? 5 years 4 months ago #333335 ProfJohnL Offline Platinum Boarder Posts: 9218 Thank you received: 362 Dusty, I thought you had gone Caravan Rear Lights Not Working

Just seems odd now they are refusing to come on when hitched up. Thank you. If this does not work I would suggest that you check the wiring on your black plug on your caravan. have a peek here Robbieyour lights in the caravan should run off the 12v system (i.e off the battery).

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How? Click here to ask a question. If none of that works, the it will be case of tracing your way back through the wiring to try and find any other possible faults. Be careful though so not to damage it.

It's easy to do. Or could you tow some ones caravan? Welcome to the forum by the way, and no question is a stupid question, so just ask away. Check you do have a twin element bulb in there and not a single which will cause problems as it will fit in, trust me it will.

It's easy to do. Ideas for days out and places to visit. Mate what sort of an adaptor are you talking about and what does it do? Lighting Problem We have bought a 1980's Elddis caravan and have the following problem - All the inside plug sockets work but not the lights and we don't know why.

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