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Wiring diagram for mk3
#1
Hi, I'm looking to bypass the `12v cigarette lighter supply to a perm feed. I know it comes from F9 but it is really difficult to get to it. I am trying to intercept the cable as it comes out the fuse panel.
Same with the head unit.
So does anyone have a wiring diagram, mine won't load in Sedre prob due to IE11
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#2
Have you tried a different browser?
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#3
How do you dictate which browser to open in?
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#4
There must be a battery low relay that controls head unit etc i can bypass
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#5
right found a way to view diagrams.

It looks as though power for 12v sockets go through Relay 3 in the BSI. Does anyone know what energizes the coil for R3? also what colour wires go to the BSI? It looks like they come in on Ports 1+10 1 being grey and 10 looks to be black. Is this correct?

Also looks like the common on R3 comes from a contact in Relay 7 (what brings this relay in?)


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I wired in a perm feed to the cig lighter in my mk3. Remove the panel in the glove box and there is a thick (yellow I think) cable that goes nowhere and is capped off. I put a multimeter on it and it was a perm 12v. So I fed a wire from that to the lighter (with a fuse). Job done. I'll try get a pic for you if you like?
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#7
Thanks, I found a 5 way fuse strip that was 12V perm and installed a piggy back fuse carrier and went into that.
I cut the white AE810 (+ feed to front 12v cig socket) and fused it in.
I have carried out many mods and will be posting them all up soon to help others.
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#8
Hi,

Can somebody tell me where the rear cigaret lighter is connected to?
The additional 12V socket at the trunc (right back).

Thx!
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(26-08-2014, 10:58 AM)richieski Wrote:  Thanks, I found a 5 way fuse strip that was 12V perm and installed a piggy back fuse carrier and went into that.
I cut the white AE810 (+ feed to front 12v cig socket) and fused it in.
I have carried out many mods and will be posting them all up soon to help others.

Hi richieski i have just looked in the how to and can't see it there so can you tell us about the mod's with pics please 
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