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    Very odd problem!

    I noticed this morning that the little light next to the gear selector (automatic gearbox) goes off when I turn the headlights or sidelights on...! This is the light that indicates which gear your in, so is kinda useful! Anyone got any ideas when could cause this? It's a 1999 Astra G if that helps.
    1999 Astra CDX 1.8 16v Auto Estate

    14th December 2012 - 200,000 miles

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    try the dimmer that you slide up and down for brighter or dimmer lights

    failing that, it will just be the buld has gone or a fuse has blown
    G t c

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    Quote Originally Posted by tone View Post
    try the dimmer that you slide up and down for brighter or dimmer lights

    failing that, it will just be the buld has gone or a fuse has blown
    But the bulb/fuse isn't dead because it works fine when the sidelights/headlights are off.
    1999 Astra CDX 1.8 16v Auto Estate

    14th December 2012 - 200,000 miles

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