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Ignition wiring
#1
Hi.
Have a '97 1.9D Berlingo.
Am after the wiring from the ignition switch: Cabling, a plethora of white and red, runs to three twin-pin 'plugs' - one black, one brown and one grey: Can someone identify these cables please? (The wiring diagrams I have located are very sparce when it comes to cable colours, and none of the cables have number 'markers').

Many thanks
Jon
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#2
Black connector is from battery (fused) Pin1 and signal to starter Pin2
Grey connector Pin1 supplies mirrors, radio, eleccy windows, wash/wipe, central locking(?) etc
Grey connector pin2 supplies reversing lights, engine fan, ciggie lighter, air bag, brake lights, instruments panel, indicators etc
Brown Pin2 heater blower


Ignition switch positions (0 - off, 1 ancillary, 2 ignition, 3 start)

Black pin1 is battery permanent for black and browns
Black pin2 is starter position only (position 3)
Brown pin1 is position 1 and 2
Brown pin2 is position 2 and 3
Grey pin1 is permanent supply for grey only
Grey pin2 is position 2
Mar 2002 Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D 166,000 miles
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Many, many thanks for that - The 'old shed' (quite attached to it, really!) should now soon be back where it belongs - on the road.
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