Wanted- front parking light bulb failure unit DAC1908

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    • #13231
      Alan Tew
      Participant

      Hi,

      This failure unit is positioned near the auxiliary fuses behind a panel in the passenger footwell.

      Regards

      Alan

    • #13247
      Gerben Haringsma
      Participant

      only available second hand,but cn be repaired!

       

    • #13249
      Gerben Haringsma
      Participant

      only available second hand,but can be repaired!

       

    • #13250
      Alan Tew
      Participant

      Hi,

      Not sure how they can be repaired as they look to be sealed,  maybe they can be bypassed which will only take away the warning light facility.  Has anyone done this?

    • #13278
      Alan Tew
      Participant

      Looked a bit deeper and found it was a 3 amp fuse.  Whilst at it I have cleaned up all the the connections on the fuses/fuse holder, lighting relay and all other relays.

      Alan

    • #13302
      Gerben Haringsma
      Participant

      bypass is possible,but you will have to remove the dash light,as it will keep burning.

      you an pry open the unit and replace the resitor wire,which is probably burned through.

    • #13304
      Gerben Haringsma
      Participant

      would be most helpfull if one of the members with electronic skills could provide an alternative to this obsolete unit ?,?

      anyone please ?

    • #13312
      Alan Tew
      Participant

      I found a Company in the Netherlands that could supply one for €10 + €19 postage but the only way he would accept payment was by bank transfer so I declined doing this.

      Alan

    • #13320
      Gerben Haringsma
      Participant

      which company is that Alan ?

    • #13322
      Alan Tew
      Participant

      It is –

      Jag parts & cars,

      Schelluinsestraat 35

      4203 NM Gorinchem

      Nederlands

    • #13519
      Gerben Haringsma
      Participant

      thanks.

      it would be nice if one of the members,could suggest an easy alternative..

      it is no rocket science.unfortunately i have no clue of electronics…….

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