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Steem

Auto gearbox reverse light switch (r33)

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My reverse lights don’t work. There was only one fuse blown in the car and it was a/t control fuse what ever that is but I replaced it Incase it had something to do with it and they still don’t work.

i then checked the globes and they look fine, just a bit of rust in the plug the globe sits in. I then checked to see if power was getting to the connector in the boot and still nothing. So I believe it’s the reverse light switch, however I can’t find it. Is it on the side of the gearbox or is it built into the auto selector? Can anyone guide me in the right direction please.

thanks

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a/t means Automatic Transmission. A good clue that something is f**ked down there. You don't blow fuses for no reason.

Have you tried searching for "reverse switch auto" on here?

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1 hour ago, GTSBoy said:

a/t means Automatic Transmission. A good clue that something is f**ked down there. You don't blow fuses for no reason.

Have you tried searching for "reverse switch auto" on here?

Previous owner did a trans swap because it was bad so I’m assuming/hoping it blew from the old one. As for searching on here I can only find things relating to people doing auto to manual swaps and having trouble with wiring. All I really want is just to know where the location of the switch is so I can test it.

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If you had just followed the advice that GTSBoy had given you the fourth entry of the search gives you the answer.

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14 minutes ago, Rusty Nuts said:

If you had just followed the advice that GTSBoy had given you the fourth entry of the search gives you the answer.

The fourth one for me shows a guy wanting to connect the wires from an auto box look to a manual box. Is the plug in a different location on the automatic transmission and is the trans the same on the r33 as the r32? If that’s not the right one could you link me the one you are talking about?

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7 minutes ago, Steem said:

is the trans the same on the r33 as the r32

Yep its a RE4R01A

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1 minute ago, Rusty Nuts said:

Yep its a RE4R01A

Cheers

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4 hours ago, Steem said:

i then checked the globes and they look fine

Check globes (and fuses) with a multimeter just looking is not good enough

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