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indicator problem
#1
when i am turning right and i turn on my indicator more times than not it also puts on my headlights.this can happen wheather i have my lights on or not
any ideas on what the problem could be
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#2
Take your boxing gloves off when driving!
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#3
Likely to be your Com 2000 unit. This is the "switch" assembly on the end of the indicator stalk around the steering column.

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#4
the horn isnt working either would this be connected
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#5
Mine does the same but it puts main beam on, sometimes it does it a lot then it stops for a bit , the last time mine did it was two months ago and I don't fancy paying out for a new unit
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#6
Mine has just started doing similar things too and apparently it's the Comm 2000 Unit that's at fault.

Specific problems that I have:
- When unlock the car and open the driver door the lights on warning beep sounds even though lights are off (stops beeping when the door is closed).
- When turn ignition on the headlights come on.
- When indicating right the indicator flashes 4 times then stops, and the headlights come on if not already on.

The most annoying problem is the indicator not working properly but it works fine if I switch sidelights or headlights on so I've just been switching lights on as soon as I get in the car.

I've been quoted £220 to get the Comm 2000 Unit replaced, which I will do eventually, but I'm in no hurry since the problems are not showstoppers.

Cheers,
Alan
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#7
Check the basic things before taking the plunge for a new control unit.
Do a Bsi shut down then -
Unplug / plug all the connections at the back of the unit, it might be just a tarnished connection in need of re-seating.
Check fuse 4 & 14 - these feed the comms + the general supply to the unit.
Check the earth connection MC43 - this is strangely enough behind the center interior light.
Do Bsi boot up procedure.

And lastly before you take the plunge and fork out the dosh - if you can be without it for a few days or so, you could post it to me to check over / test / repair if possible, after all what have you got to lose. :thumbsup:
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