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Hi everyone. I'm sure this has been covered, and if someone can point me to the right thread that would be great, but I swapped out the old light bulbs for the interior with LED style bulbs. Everything worked great up to the front doors. The lights at the bottom of the door, I think they're called puddle lamps, were working before the swap, stopped working with LED style, and when I put the old bulb back in, still wouldn't work. I've left the LED bulbs in in the hopes that there may be an easy solution. Any tips? Also, when I took out the passenger side rear dome light I noticed that the power cord was so short that it came off when I pulled out the assembly. Any suggestions on pulling that cord to get length?
 

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I did the same but my buddy who used to own a car stereo and accessories shop did it for me. I remember him telling me that he had to use resistors on the doors and trunk. The doors were since swapped out with the Range Rover Logo puddle lights.


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The rear doors work fine. Just the front doors aren't working.
 

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If the light still does not function after restoring the incandescent, then it might be a fuse or connection.
 

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I don't know how, but am happy to say, after swapping out the licence plate lights and the reverse lights, I powered up the Range Rover and all lights (except one) are working fine with no alarms. Still have to figure out how I am going to access the headliner on the rear passenger side to see why the wires are so short.
 
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