Re: [DML] smoking vents progress + Hazard illuminatio
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Re: [DML] smoking vents progress + Hazard illuminatio

I've been studying your picture of the hazard switch connection and will try to answer your questions.
The purple wire should not be cut.  It should connect to Fuse #6.  The black wire that also connects to the purple inside the connector should go to a 2.2uf capacitor.  From the capacitor, a yellow wire should go back to the socket in position #1 where there is also a light green/brown wire.
Your ground wire is actually  #7 in the socket and I can see it has also been cut.  You need to connect that little stub of a wire to a good ground.
It appears to me that someone thought that the black wire connected to the purple was ground, so they cut it.  It is not ground.  Your ground is the black wire in #7.
Mike   TPS   1630


###On a slightly different note I have NEVER had my hazard switch illuminate when the headlights are on. I've found the switch and bulb to fine.  Shouldn’t the Hazzard switch icon light up when the headlights are on either first/second mode?###
http://i93.photobuc l55/Chris_ Von_Bron/ HazardSwitchplug .jpg

I take it that one of the wires above should have a feed to give illumination (purple although cut has a black feed back to the original purple wire). The black should be a ground, not sure why this has been cut? ]


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