Not all corsa's are fitted with it, some just have like a 'tray' on the top of the dashboard in the middle. If you have a standard headunit, it send uses the TWI/I2C protocol to send data to the MFD to display the current radio station name
Remove the relay and test the sockets with a multimeter. May be that the relay is fried. If it's not, you would at least have a better idea on everything as you would then know which wire has the problem
Have you replaced any of the bulbs on the car, or changed the headunit?
Try unplugging the head unit and see if the problem is the same. In fact, remove the headunit, hazard/indicator bulbs and sidelights, then replace them all one by one. Thats where I would start mate
i have a M reg corsa & a couple of days ago my battery light came on tho the car starts no problem,the petrol gauge,stereo system & interior lights are not working tho.is this a problem with the fuses? any help would be grateful thanx
just replaced my left indicator, they're seperate from the headlights, and it still blinks on the dash really fast and doesn't work. the right side one works fine though. just wondering if it would be a fuse? and if so.. which one..
OS, Front, rear and repeater indicators not working
Anyone have any experience of this happening to them? I have fuse numbers, but there is nothing on the underside of the fuse housing lid to indicate which fuse covers what. My wife has mislaid the user manual and I am at a loss as to what to do. When indicator switch is on there is a fast audible clicking from the unit under the skuttle. When the hazards are on...only the nearside indicators work. I'm fairly sure that this is a fuse problem, as I've checked all the bulbs on the side that has the fault, but where do I find it on the fuse board? One up and three across, or two up and five across? (only joking)The car is a 2005 Deisel if this helps. The fuse rating would help, to cut down the options and search time. Thanks in advance for any assistance that you can provide.