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    Mitsubishi L200 interior light

    My L200 has no driver's side front side light, nor tail light (I assume it's two bulbs), but the main problem is I have no dash lights either.

    Checked all fuses, seem ok.

    Any ideas, it's a 2014 car.

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    Have you been working on the car or have they stopped working for no obvious reason?
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    Nope, no jobs done, just stopped working

    I'm wondering if the bulb might be the fuse?????
    Last edited by cperry; 05-10-17 at 07:53 PM.

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    Bulb won't be the fuse. Have you googled it as there are some similar faults listed.


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    Who needs Google when you have this forum?????

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    Panic over, I've just found a (blown) fuse that does the RH side side lights and I assume the dash light too.

    Imagine that, two fuses for the side lights !!
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    No, I'm not "repairing" it, I'm fine tuning its performance.

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    I had the same panic once with the headlights on my old Omega - offside quit working one day but nearside carried on.. Bugger, I thought, must be the HID bulb.

    Nope, turns out there were two fuses and one of them wasn't seated properly but at least unplugging the fuse and plugging it back in again was cheaper than a £50 bulb!
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    When I was much younger I had a blown headlight bulb in a car so of course, I went and bought a new one and fitted it...... but the new bulb didn't work either.

    So, I thought, lets take the "good" bulb from the "good" side of the car and try that in the blown side, then I'll know if it's the bulb or something else. The "good" bulb also didn't work in the bad side of the car. But when I put the good bulb back in the good side that no longer worked either?????

    So now neither side was working.....


    Can anyone guess why????
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    I suggest you put a meter on the bulb just to check it hasn't died during being moved.
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