WRONG WATTAGE BULB! I chased the same issue for a week with a fog
light. I bought a 100 watt when it needed a 50 or something close to
that. Regular lights I found are fine, just buy in sets and clean the
contacts of the sockets before putting in new bulb. If thats not it,
worst case is that the bulb out relay in the engine compartment is
burnt out. New they are 200 dollars, at a junkyard they are about 5
bucks. I got 3 from the junkyard when mine went bad.
The original message does not appear on my news server, perhaps not relevant
but I would recommend to check the license plate lights too (side markers if
you have those). A burnt license plate bulb is not that easy to notice and
since other car makes often do not look after those bulbs, these are often
ignored when fixing the issue.
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