Try under bonnet fuse no. 17. The interior lights and vanity lights are on the same fuseHello all!
My boot light stopped working and I really don't know why, my tailgate lights are working and I assume they use the same fuse? or am I wrong? Is there anyway I can pin point where the fault is??
Did you get to the bottom of this? Measured the voltage going to the boot light unit and it's only 8-9 volts rather than 12 volt.I found out the problem was the actual unit itself, narrowed it down to the diode being the fault? The little black thing in the unit.
So I stripped the wires and installed LED strips instead, now they are very dim, like not enough power going in, anyone has this problem too? (It's not the LED fault as i've tested it and they are fine.
After 2 hours in Honda they told me there is a problem with the ECU and I would need to send it in for repairs, probably going to cost £400....
They offered me a cheaper option, £89 which is to install a manual switch next to the unit so I toggle it on and off and save £300!
That is the most ridiculous thing I've heard in a while. I bet they don't want to chase out the wires to find out where there's a high resistive joint... I'd go to another Honda garage and see what they say. With electrics, it tends to be a termination has corroded or come loose normally. The weakest link is always the connections. You could strip back the boot liner to check the wiring and take out the boot switch to see if that's at fault. I could understand the boot switch going to the ecu to tell it wether it's open or not, but I'd doubt it supplying the lamp with 12V. Get a second opinion buddy.
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