Lancia Ypsilon 843 - Malfunction "Third stop light" | HELLA


Ypsilon 843

Model years: 2003 – 2011

Malfunction "Third stop light"

If the Lancia Ypsilon (Fig.1) is found to have a fault or partial failure (Fig.2) affecting the "third" stop light, the possible cause may be individual defective light sources.


Repair notes

We recommend the following procedure:

  • Completely switch off the electrical system.
  • Remove the faulty stop light. To do so, remove the covers (Fig.3) and unlock the clips (Fig.4).
  • Then remove the light unit (Fig.5) and unplug the connector.




  • Disconnect the bulb holder from the housing
  • Remove the faulty bulbs and replace
  • Re-assemble the third stop light in reverse order and install.

Then carry out a function test.

Spare parts required: 8GP 938 026-001 (W 2.3 W)


To ensure a constant light pattern, we recommend replacing all bulbs in this situation.



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