Skoda Fabia II - Functional failure; side direction indicator | HELLA

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Skoda Fabia II

Model year: 2007 - 2014

Functional failure; side direction indicator

If the above-mentioned vehicle (Fig.1) is found to have a malfunctioning side direction indicator (Fig.2), this may be caused by a defective connection cable.

If cables are not laid correctly (Fig.3), the connecting cable and insulation can wear through while the vehicle is being driven as a result of vibrations, shocks, etc. against sharp edges of the body or on sharp folded edges. This can even lead to cable breakage/short circuit.

Fig.1

Fig.2

Fig.3

- For fault analysis, disassemble the wheel and the wheelhouse covering. Repair and return the defective cable to full working order. Then ensure that the cables are laid correctly (edge protection).

- Check fuses and replace if necessary.

Carry out functional test (Fig.4).

Reassemble parts in reverse order.

Carry out functional test (Fig.4)



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