If you're talking about the interior boot light, then it is definitely in the boot catch (the door side of it). But it's impossible to get to. Even with the door lining off, you can't get at it for the metal of the door. And you can't take the catch mechanism out for a closer look without taking it all apart. Hardly wiorth it for a light, just carry a torch
If the light won't come on, then I'd say don't worry about it. If it won't switch off, then the easiest way around it is to take off the boot door lining, inside you'll find a wire leading down to the catch, halfway along this wire is a plug. Unplug it, hey presto! No light any more.
Having said all this, if your problem is the switch in the door catch, and you do find a way of fixing it properly, I'd be glad to know about it.
Nice one Dean. How did you manage to get the catch out of the hole? I found that the part of it inside the hole was too big to pull outside, and the part outside was too big to fit inside. It was going dark by this time, and I was p1$$ed off, so I just put it all back together and gave up
Nah. The problem I had was that the bootlight, and the little 'door open' idicator in the front, were both on even with the boot closed. So it's unplugged, coz I quite like my car battery to be able to start the car each morning.
<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by bazza:
<strong>I think I'll stick with 'groping blindly' for now</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">It'll wear off when you've been married a few more years.