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Hi Ian - if the lamps are duuf the nyou have no option to replace - only available from dealers I suspect - but would be worth trying a scrappy. Also check the wattage of the bulbs - cos if someone has put in uprated bulbs it will cause the switchgear to overheat.
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Re: Interior lights in my Alize...

I fixed all lamps mk3 2001 make. Depending the condition fixed came either one mode only or somewhat switchable.

All copper plates and brass ring (in switch) surfaces fiddled. I think main problem is tarnish in copper.

Three had their switch ring setting melted badly so these came one mode only with copper mounting conneting those lines under switch ring. This modification makes them light/work when doors are opened.

38mm / 1,5" bulbs fit best. Orginals are 7W, but I used 10W and 15W to get more light.
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