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Wee Man

Member Since 06 May 2012
Offline Last Active Sep 10 2012 03:14 PM
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In Topic: Fusion Tow Bar

10 September 2012 - 03:14 PM

There are round holes in the chassis behind the floppy wheel arch liner, you should have a couple of plates with nuts welded to them and a piece of wire. poke the plates into the big oval holes on the bottom of the chassis and attempt to line up the side rails of the tow bar with the nut now inside the chassis....insert bolt loosly at first, tighten when everything is in place.

In Topic: Dvd Player Code

06 August 2012 - 08:10 PM

Fixed it.

Code is different than the CD player and not written in the handbook next to the CD player code grrr.

However went on here,

http://www.dndservic...e-database.html

Parted with a tenner and it all works now.

In Topic: Diy Tow Bar Fitting

25 July 2012 - 07:11 PM

Wiring done.

10 minutes with a meter and I'd worked out the wiring.

12N (tow hitch)Colour = Vehicle Loom (colour)
Yellow = Near side indicator (Blue)
Blue = Fog lamp (Green/yellow)
White = Earth (Black)
Green = Off side indicator (Blue/red)
Brown = Off site tail lamp (Orange)
Red = Brake lamp (Green/black)
Black = Near side tail lamp (Orange/white)



In Topic: Newbie Needs Help

20 July 2012 - 08:43 AM

If you bought it from a dealer, I'd take it back and get them to fix it.

In Topic: Diy Tow Bar Fitting

18 July 2012 - 09:59 AM

Fitted the tow bar at the weekend (it cost me £30 off ebay).

Rear wheels off and bung it on axel stands.

Didn't have to remove the bumper just drop off the rear exhaust rubber to get the bar cross member under the tail pipe. Loosly bolt in the cross bar attach the side arms (holes in chassis rails are behind the floppy stuff that passes for inner wheel arches) having poked the wee plates with the nuts welded on into the chassis.
Tighten everything up and bobs your uncle. Took about an hour, two cups of coffee and a bacon sandwich.

Haven't tackled the wiring yet but got a kit to fit.