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Re: Renault Scenic I - Replacing clock and radio bulbs Guide

Did you fit any LED bulbs anywhere on the car?

If you have any non standard fit LED bulbs in the interior or exterior lights, get rid and fit original bulbs.

Did the heater control bulbs come with the holders...are the holders the correct ones.?

As far as I know, the LED on the fuse should light when it's blown.

Do the front sidelights work?

Heater control bulbs can be 12v 1.2w or 2.4w if you want them brighter.

Get yourself a volt meter to check if the fuses are blown or if there is a live at the fuse.

Just because a combined bulb works on the brake lights, it doesn't mean the sidelight section of the bulb will work.
There are 2 seperate lighting elements inside the bulb. One can blow without effecting the other.
The brake light section uses a different supply wire and fuse to the sidelight section.
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