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towbar wiring
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hi I am in the middle of fitting my towbar I bought a witer and I would like know what route you guys took with the wire from the soclet I would like to do it as tidy as possible and fiting instructions fir the wiring itself like colours of the wires for each light thanks very much


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Which wiring kit have you got?

1. Universal kit
2. Aftermarket vehicle specific kit
3. Genuine Citroen kit

Depending on the kit, there is a 'bung' behind the passenger side rear panel for the cable to go through, indicated by the green arrow in the picture below

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its just a universal kit how did u take yours from the bar to there like up through the floor

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quick update im near finnished wireing up my plug but I cannot locate the wire for the right hand side indicator can someone please help

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I can't help you I'm afraid as I used the genuine Citroen kit, but I'm sure if you search for other towbar threads you might find the answer
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If you do manage to find it please let me know as I'm having the same problem. I did read in a post last night its in the grey connection plug but haven't had a chance to look yet.
John.
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#7
I've spent an hour going through all the cables individually and none of them are for the drivers side indicator. So I've tapped in behind the light cluster and run a cable behind the panel and across the boot floor under the plastic strip at the front.
Hope this helps.
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I done the same although I ran it out across the top of the towbar and in again (drilled a hole to let it out) one slight issue is that my indicaters are not working on the trailer now and its cuttin out the rear indicater when the trailer bulb is working all other lights work perfectly

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(20-05-2014, 05:39 PM)fanadman1 Wrote:  I done the same although I ran it out across the top of the towbar and in again (drilled a hole to let it out) one slight issue is that my indicaters are not working on the trailer now and its cuttin out the rear indicater when the trailer bulb is working all other lights work perfectly

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I've not tried mine yet. Still need to get a maxi fuse for the power in to the relay.
Did you run a live feed from the battery or use the thick white power cable with the plug on the end.
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i connected 2 cables to the socket,and run them one to the right other to the left, hidden behind the bumper true the grommet that goes straight up to the rear clusters.
look here if any help http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthread.php?tid=9747
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