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#1 2024-03-13 10:39:04

roopid
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From: Kendal
Registered: 2024-02-25
Posts: 34

Came out to find my Mk2 headlights ON!

The key remote doesn't work, so it's nothing to do with that.

What turned the headlights on?

Weird.

Tney can't have been on for long, because they were at full brightness and the engine started. The car had been parked for 11 hours, so there's no way they've been on all night.

Has anyone an idea how this happened, please?

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#2 2024-03-13 15:34:43

AlvyLad
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Registered: 2021-06-11
Posts: 387

Re: Came out to find my Mk2 headlights ON!

roopid wrote:

The key remote doesn't work, so it's nothing to do with that.

What turned the headlights on?

Weird.

Tney can't have been on for long, because they were at full brightness and the engine started. The car had been parked for 11 hours, so there's no way they've been on all night.

Has anyone an idea how this happened, please?

Make sure you have a burly mate with you and check behind the passenger seat, if no nasty mean gremlins don't nest tgere.
Happens all the time.  lol

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#3 2024-03-13 20:14:13

roopid
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From: Kendal
Registered: 2024-02-25
Posts: 34

Re: Came out to find my Mk2 headlights ON!

AlvyLad wrote:

Make sure you have a burly mate with you and check behind the passenger seat, if no nasty mean gremlins don't nest tgere.
Happens all the time.  lol

Tee hee. I'll grab the poker from the fireplace and wrap it around the gremlin's head, if I can find him! (An idea I stole from Discworld's Susan Sto Helit)

A friend suggested it could just be water getting into the headlight relay--early this morning it was *persisting* down with rain...

Roops

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