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Re: Interior Lights

Postby Giniw » Thu 23.11.2017, 13:17

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Re: Interior Lights

Postby Kathryn » Thu 23.11.2017, 19:49

Ah that's ok then. My Central looking has always worked from the alarm key fobs (original and aftermarket). My light buzzer is missing though! And I have nearly left them on more than once! I did notice yesterday when I accidentally left my interior lights on the alarm beeped as I set it, I'll have to check if it does the same with the headlights on. EDIT - no it doesn't!
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Re: Interior Lights

Postby Saltire » Thu 23.11.2017, 21:39

Kathryn wrote:My light buzzer is missing though!


As in “there’s an empty relay socket”, or as in “it simply doesn’t buzz? If the former, you need a A082M6586F plugged into the appropriate socket in the relay group under the steering column. If the latter, some fault-finding is called for (or, of course, the existing module may have failed).

Edit: can’t find that part from any of the usual suppliers, but it would be simple enough to build or buy a replacement and slice it into the sidelight wiring.
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Re: Interior Lights

Postby Kathryn » Thu 23.11.2017, 23:49

It is missing. It must have been removed when I had the alarm fitted, because I used to have one!
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