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Cant switch hazard lights off...

rydinator Sep 8, 2013

  1. AudiLeon

    AudiLeon Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    I recently opened up all the wiring in my front door. No broken wires to see but 1 wire had a fine green tinge. It was corroded to death inside. You could literally just snap the wire. I had to replace 2 foot of wiring.
     
  2. rydinator

    rydinator Member

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    Ill have a look, but i doubt this will cure my problem.

    Were your hazards staying stuck on whilst engine was running also?
     
  3. boost-addict

    boost-addict Well-Known Member

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    I think hes problem is totally irrlivent and just trying to help
     
  4. Tolak

    Tolak Member

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    Wires are typically copper.
    Copper, when it corrodes, creates green "tinge", which can then seep out of the same route that the moisture seeped in through.

    Similar traces can be found on circuit boards, and also indicate corrosion.
     
  5. Davered004

    Davered004 New Member

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    Hi
    I know it's a year late but did u resolve this mater as I have exact problem
    cheers
     

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