One of the common faults is clutch dust falling into the starter motor which is created by the dual composite flywheel. When too much dust gets in it the starter motor does not work and needs to be taken out and cleaned. This is ONLY a temporary solution. This occurs more frequently towards the end of the life of the clutch. Only answer is to replace clutch aswell as the flywheel. Approx cost parts and labour £650 NOT cheap.
put a pipe in and suck!!
* Brake light switch * Detached wire somewhere * Dead short to ground in the wiring
* Bulb socket corroded
You Could Try! Since They Have The Same Front Lights Etc. I Think It Might Fit :)