Autosleeper Nuevo rear light fuse location (1 Viewer)

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namraj

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Autosleeper Nuevo on Boxer base - rear side lights out, bulbs fine but cannot find fuse. Boxer has lists of fuses and locations but no ref to above
 
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Depending on which year your Autosleeper is I think you may find that the rear lights operation is controlled by the BCM (body control module) so it may be worth checking that any earth connections at the rear are ok.
There may also be a wiring link for rear lights towards the rear end that could need checking for poor connections.
 
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namraj

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Depending on which year your Autosleeper is I think you may find that the rear lights operation is controlled by the BCM (body control module) so it may be worth checking that any earth connections at the rear are ok.
There may also be a wiring link for rear lights towards the rear end that could need checking for poor connections.
Hi Geoff,
Thanks for your response. Van is a 2007 Nuevo. I’ll have a poke around and see if I can find a connection. Anywhere internally as a starter?
Brake lights are fine which is frustrating as it’s the same fitting. The Peugeot Boxer fuse chart lists the brake light fuse location but not the sidelight fuse location.
I’ll have a go at Autosleeper and see if they can give a clue as to location.
Rgds
Mike
 
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namraj

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Hi Geoff,
Thanks for your response. Van is a 2007 Nuevo. I’ll have a poke around and see if I can find a connection. Anywhere internally as a starter?
Brake lights are fine which is frustrating as it’s the same fitting. The Peugeot Boxer fuse chart lists the brake light fuse location but not the sidelight fuse location.
I’ll have a go at Autosleeper and see if they can give a clue as to location.
Rgds
Mike
Ps, clue as to where the BCM is?
 
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I had this problem on a 2007 Fiat Ducato, there wasn't a fuse and not sure what the correct way of sorting it out is but for me I disconnected the Vehicle battery left it for 1/2 hour then connected back up and it was sorted. You need to disable solar charging while doing it. Worth a go.

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namraj As Diabalo has found it could be worth trying disconnecting the starter battery negative lead for a while to see if , when reconnected , that resets the BCM ,which is the fuse box/relay holder/control module (all one unit) , that is under the dash on the right side. (there is not a fuse for the rear lights , the BCM controls them and can shut them down)
 
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