• Check ail external lights and the horn.



1. If a single indicator light, stop-light or headlight has failed, it is likely that a bulb has blown and will need to be renewed. If both stoplights have failed, it is possible that the switch has failed.

• Visually check all accessible wiring connectors, harnesses and retaining clips for security, and for signs of chafing or damage.



2. If more than one indicator light or tail light has failed it is likely that either a fuse has blown or that there is a fault in the circuit. The main fuses are located in the fusebox under the facia on the driver's side, accessible after removing the cover panel.



3. Additional fuses are located in the fuse/relay box in the engine compartment; lift off the cover to gain access to the fuses and relays. To renew a blown fuse, simply pull it out using the special plastic tool and fit a new fuse of the correct rating. If the fuse blows again, it is important that you find out why.