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Author Subject: Electrical gremlins
blandy

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Got a few issues on my 6. It’s benn stood for many years so in the process of recommissioning it. Got it to run yesterday with the help of a new fuel pump. With the ignition off the headlights flash randomly I’m assuming this is alarm related but no siren - keys are correct etc as will not start if I move the immobiliser ring around the key.

2nd fault is the brake lights flash the indicators and dimm the dash - where is the main earth for the interior as premusin* a earth issue. The engine Is about to be pulled next weeked to do a cambelt and general bay freshen up so will go over all the earths in there
Posted 28th May 2018 at 18:07
mocinim

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2nd fault could be the rear light cluster interiour circuit board
Thay go manky and cause allsorts of issues

Main interior earth is in the drivers foot well under the fuse box just right of the pedals

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Posted 29th May 2018 at 18:00
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The first issue will be a dodgy alarm siren, the have a battery in if I remember rightly which fails. Disconnect the siren and if I remember correctly the problem goes away.

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Posted 29th May 2018 at 19:28
blandy

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Thanks I’ll give it a go

I thinning I have a spare set of lights so will give them a whirl
Posted 29th May 2018 at 20:28

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