Join Date: May 2006
Location: Signal Mountain, TN
Re: N44, some have had success resoldering joints on the printed circuit board after opening it up (or replace it altogether if you can find one). Some have found a wire to come loose in the connector at N22, causing lights to not work. And then others have had success, cleaning and checking the function of the relay at the false firewall under the flimsy black cover near the wiper assembly. Investigate all those possibilities, but do check to see if your brake lights are actually working or not, most importantly. Another common fault is a corroded bulb socket/contact if your lights are not working and warning lights are flashing (as they should be in that case).
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