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Changed my switches yesterday as the old ones were knackered as my son split milk on them.

Double checking I'd locked the car last night, noticed that the lights on them were on including the rears. The car was locked & deadlock.

Am assuming it's the switch, anyone else any ideas?

Cheers

Chris
 

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Chris,

Check the doorswitch for the interior light. Sometimes these go funny.
 

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Sounds like the little board fitted under the switches has gone Pete Tong!

Very common, got loads of em here like that, slowly refurbing em!
 

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Discovered tonight that switching on my interior lights (using the headlight switch) kills my windows... no lights, no movement, nothing. Switching them off activates the switch (and switch lights) again.

What's going on?
 

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Jondoe said:
Discovered tonight that switching on my interior lights (using the headlight switch) kills my windows... no lights, no movement, nothing. Switching them off activates the switch (and switch lights) again.

What's going on?
cav TD gls said:
faulty switches
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As said mate, PETE TONG! :shame:
 

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And now went to use the car this afternoon and no central locking, nothing on the clock/temp. display and 'k-all when I 'tried' the ignition :mad: :mad: :mad:
 

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turn your side lights on with the ignition off and the drivers door closed, does the buzzer still go off?
 
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