Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 08:13:44 GMT
Subject: Re: Brake Light Sending Unit

<Snip> Agree with Paul but if it is the switch it is on the lefthand side of the car looking from the rear. to get to it (with resonable access)This all assumes that your car is right hand drive 1) Remove ashtray, and bolt in centre 2) Remove lower centre console 3) Remove screws from heater ducting - remove duct 4) Pull out cardboard trim panel from passengers footwell. 5) Working from under the bonnet remove the lower dash panel bolts. 5) they are the ones in the corners on the bulkhead by the vacuum 5) res on one side and behine the wiring on the other.... 6) Lower dash panel should drop. 7) Now even more access. You may not have to do all this to get to the switch, but you may find it easier to get to. Might need adjustment rather than replacement Finally have you got a fuse box under the rear seat? If so check the wiring around that area for corrosion. I have a 1991 900 where the interior lights would not work. Using a voltmeter showed the wiring/bulbs etc were ok, but no power was getting through. Finally found badly corroded wires under this fuse box, cleaned and soldered a lot of the joints and splices - lights work now!! Good Luck Malc Scotland Sent via Before you buy.

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