Sorry, another issue with my Citroen C4 Picasso (diesel).
Around two months ago, my garage told me that one of the pins on my rear bulb holder had burnt through and
that I needed to get another one - the car was indicating really fast when wanting to drive to the left. After much difficulty, I managed to find one and was able to fit it myself after watching an online video - the bulb holder worked fine then.
Several weeks later, the fast ticking appeared again (bulb was changed but still ticking fast). At the time, my car had broken down (injector had to later be replaced), however, I mentioned the faulty indicator and the breakdown man said that the bulb holder and bulb looked fine. He then tested the wiring/cable that pushes into the bulb holder and said that no power was going through it at all. He gave the wiring/cable a bit of a wiggle/slight pull and the indicator started to work again.
It worked fine for a couple of weeks, then two days ago, it started ticking fast again. I have a lot of wiring and some fuses inside a pull-down compartment where the front passenger sits, so I just gave the whole lot a gentle wiggle and the indicator came back on normally. This morning it was driving fine (the left indicator), but after about 15 minutes it started to tick quickly again. This time, however, on wiggling the wiring like I did before, it didn't solve the issue. I'm just wondering if there is a loose wire for the rear light/indicator cluster amongst this bundle of wiring? Does anybody know if it is a simple/cheap fix, or is it going to cost me a lot of money to get the wiring for the light cluster checked out?
I have attached a photo of the the wiring/cables/fuses (there is another clump of wires behind the yellow connector/bit on the left-side of the photo) which is where the issue seems to be coming from (all of my other lights, etc, are working fine). I don't know what the fuses in the photo are actually for - is one of them for the rear light cluster? Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you.