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Old 31st October 2010, 10:45 AM
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Hi guys,

I have the John Dickens book on wiring kit car electrics, it includes a wiring diagram for the indicators but doesn't include hazard lights - anybody got a full diagram that includes both? Or know where I can find one?

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Old 31st October 2010, 11:19 AM
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Default hazard lights.

Check your emails. Also there was a pdf on Haynes wiring layout floating around here somewhere here.

Try this http://www.haynes.co.uk/forums/attac...3&d=1281169664 not good at links but is a pdf under electrics.
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Old 31st October 2010, 11:43 AM
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Which wiring loom are you using, or are you making your own?
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Any good?

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Nice one Rich

Now saved in my electrics folder ready for printing out

How's the winter upgrade going on the Bruise
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Going well mate, sump done, pickup pipe done, idler pulley done, and today finished my alternator bracket, really pleased with it to be honest, pictures now uploaded to my gallery, link in my signature if you're feeling nosey!

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Way to go Rich

I like the solution you have come up with for your belt idler, very well made

Guess i'll be seeing the Bruise at Stoneleigh next year complete with a bit more Ooomph
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Cheers guys,

I'm making my own loom from scratch (except the engine harness which is pretty much self contained) so these will definitely help.

Fitted all the rear lights today, only to find the indicators and stop/tail lights foul on the tyres - gutted! Now I gotta spend another 80 on shallower ones from CBS that fit the same mounts.
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