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not yet no, I had to race into work and been stuck here ever since!

anyone know which one (and where it is!?)
 

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craigvmax said:
on my way to work this am, lost everything, main headlights working. any ideas? fuse?
I had this happen on mine once, but only after I had done some work on the centre dash area; turned out to be a trapped wire shorting out :think:
 

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Thats not weird, thats just a Range Rover!

Reminds me of old escorts and sierra rear lights that used to bear no relation to what was actually being done by the driver. that was always a bad earth problem. Maybe worth checking?
Have you done anything recently that may have triggered it off?
 

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rear o/s tail lamp not working but brakelight (same bulb) is, which is weird, not sure if connected to dash light problem
 

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have you found a solution to this problem? I just encountered the same thing in mine....the one thing i noticed is that all the lights worked fine (for a few miles anyway) when the light indicator stalk was halfway between the parking light setting and the full headlight setting....
 

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I had this problem on my 95 LWB. The RAVE service manual electrical trouble shooting material is pretty good it just takes some time to understand. My glove box light switch was intermittently shorting out the circuit, (the switch had cracked and internal parts touched the metal holder) which includes the tail lights and several other components. I started at the fuse box, and slowly disconnected parts of the circuit checking for a short to ground each step. Start with the circuit diagram and work through each leg, connector to connector - checking for a short to ground or no 12v delivered - you will eventually find the problem. Think of it as bonding time with your Rover.
 
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