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Discussion in 'VN - VP Holden Commodore (1988 - 1993)' started by IhateRICE!, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. IhateRICE!

    IhateRICE! New Member

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    hey all

    recently i've had some troble with my brakes. when i put my brakes on my dash light and parkers turn on. but i fixed it but just changing my stop lights because some where blown ( the lower part of the bulb) how could this of happened??


    Cheers
     
  2. HATER VP

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    Because you used a single filament globe when u should have used dual. So when the power is ther it is sent back throu to the dash lights etc
     
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    I had all my lights turning off each time I braked and that was a problem with a globe - twin filament, just defective. It was surprising the amount of cars we used to see with problems like that caused by dodgy globes when I worked for a Vauxhall dealer!
     
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    i have this problem you are my hero!
     
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    the broken filament drops onto the good filament causing the power to come back through your park lights
     

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