The lamp fault light is fairly sensitive. I had it going on when I
first bought or 960 even though all the lamps were working. Ended up
being that the PO replaced the center brake lamp with a non-european
bulb (brass base instead of chrome base) of the incorrect value.
If all the lights are working, don't worry about it and just tell the
insurance that it was caused by the accident.
>I have the bulb failure indicator "on" on the dash.
>The 960 (1992) was hit in the rear off side (uk) by a drunk driver the
>other day while parked out in the street.
>All lights are good but the orange lamp fault say there is a problem!
>The car is going to be an Insurance rightoff as the rear outside panel
>has buckled and pushed up into the roof by a couple of millimetres. I
>straghtened the exhaust outlet with a crow bar and the car is OK. Rear
>light cluster took it ok but for some cracks,
>But are there any suggestions as to how to get the oringe light out?
>I guess the car did take quiet a bit of forward acceleration for a very
>short period as the other car (Vauxhall Astra) took most of the
>deceleration in crumpling up to and including the nearside front
>Is there an acceloromoter or something in the (1992) 960 ?
Randy & \ \/ /alerie's
'90 245 Estate - '93 965 Estate
"Shelby" & "Kate"