it's me again, now when the directionals are on, the interlock solenoid engages and disengages in time with directionals. help


Asked by Sep 28, 2015 at 10:04 AM about the 1999 Land Rover Discovery

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers

I went to look at your other question, and do you mean the taillights also blink with turn signal? Even front running lights with signal? And what 'interlock' solenoid? Not quite clear on what you mean.

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Yes, the front and rear turn signals all blink using the blinker lever. The interlock I'm referring to is the one that disengages the shift lever when you step on the brake. Are these all connected some how?

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There may be a short with the e-flashers if all four blink when you simply want to signal a turn. I will be gone for a few hours but meantime guys, help? Chime in.... Then I will research this.

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