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Cigarette sockets
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I have a 2003 berlingo van which has one 12v socket in the console. This was full of crud and didn't work when i picked it up and so i have bought a replacement but obviously the original one has a citroen type plug on it and i want to know if it is just a matter of cutting plug off and rplacing with spade connectors ? I would also like to fit a 2nd socket in the provided space are the connections already there ? Hopefully i have attached a picture of the two sets of cables i have available if anyone can identify them for me. Cheers, Stuart.

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#2
Here you are fella, the plug with the 3 connections (cig lighter) are,
Blue = illumination.
Grey = Positive supply.
Grn/Yellow = earth.
The other connector is for the optional power socket -
Pink = Positive.
Grn/Yellow = earth.
Confusedalut:

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2006 2.0hdi 600 with bench seat.  Cool
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Hi Rustscrat, You are a star !! Thanks for that. If my new socket doesn't have illumination do i just secure the spare blue cable / taped up ? It's great to have somewhere to come for some help. Thanks again. Stuart.
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(10-02-2013, 05:20 PM)morphmagic Wrote:  Hi Rustscrat, You are a star !! Thanks for that. If my new socket doesn't have illumination do i just secure the spare blue cable / taped up ? It's great to have somewhere to come for some help. Thanks again. Stuart.

Just leave it in the original connector if it's not being used and it'll be fine.:thumbsup:
2006 2.0hdi 600 with bench seat.  Cool
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#5
Brilliant, that's a job for me to do this week !!!
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#6
(10-02-2013, 04:20 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  Here you are fella, the plug with the 3 connections (cig lighter) are,
Blue = illumination.
Grey = Positive supply.
Grn/Yellow = earth.
The other connector is for the optional power socket -
Pink = Positive.
Grn/Yellow = earth.
Confusedalut:

[Image: 2hcdu1h.png]

What is the optional power socket?
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#7
It's a lighter type socket with a plastic flip lid in either beige, grey or black.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400407653019

You ream a 25mm hole in the console and it clips in place.
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(12-02-2013, 09:10 PM)addo Wrote:  It's a lighter type socket with a plastic flip lid in either beige, grey or black.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400407653019

You ream a 25mm hole in the console and it clips in place.

Ah, already got that. Was hoping it might have been one with a permanent live, Hey ho.
Thanks anyway. Smile
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#9
You can hop a fuse across usually, to make it live.
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#10
Sounds interesting, please tell me more. ..
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