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Old 12-02-2005, 11:01   #1 (permalink)
mogg
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trailer electrics

oh wise ones
can you tell me where the lights are teed from for the
trailer electrics on a 90 300 tdi? I have only 10.2 volts on pin 4 which
goes to 0 volts when the lamp is under load and obviously no light. I have
changed the socket on the 90 as a precaution as the old one was crumbling.
this is without a trailer connected
as a side point the previous owner of the sankey I have just bought seems to
have wired the 2 rear side lamps (red) to pin 4 and the 2 front lamps
(white) to what would be the left side light hence I have no side lights but
have 2 front lights the sankey. I am concerned that I would have no
indication of a lamp failure.

tia MOGG


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Old 12-02-2005, 19:01   #2 (permalink)
sean101ryan@hotmail.com
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Re: trailer electrics

Either a socket behind a mudshield above the rear xmember on the
drivers side or a nest of individual connections behind the cover plate
shielding the back of drivers side stop/tail lamp.

Sean
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1984 110 2.5NA
Medway Military Vehicle Group

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