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  • #16
    2off relay blocks (4 relays each)
    8 off relays
    bundle of 28\0.30 2.5 dia cable (120 metres) 25 amp
    inertia cut off switch
    off top of my head , also had a plug on list ,haven't a clue why or what for?

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    • #17
      only plug I can think of is on wiper motoror on alternator

      I actualy have a relay/fuse base box here but it would not fit the way I wanted. Will send pictures
      / John

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      • #18
        Thanks John
        Have new alternator plug along with new 5 point wiper motor plug..

        Was going for 2 blocks for relay without fuses, possibly clipped together , shows you can clip a fuse block on the side so l'm assuming same can be said for relay block , got plenty of fuse capacity elsewhere so don't need fuse and relay unit ,
        Still thinking of putting an aluminium plate in front of water pipework to fit relays & fuse boxes to keep it all tidy ,

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        • #19
          Bob, OK so just like DDG and JDL and before


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          Ignore the wtaer stains, when bleeding syystem sometimes it just happens

          The small black block on right of fuse bank is actually the electronic flasher unit, seemed easiest place to put it.

          I too made a plate for the relays, mounted onto bulkhead using spacers and rivnuts

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          And large plate around the wiper motor as its just wasted space again rivnuts and standoffs.

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          / John

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          • #20
            Ah ah ,didn't think of that one , looks like l'll be making a plate for wiper motor mount so that's maybe a way forward , make it big enough to do two jobs!

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            • #21
              Bob, yes loads of wasted space in that area and easy access for cables.
              / John

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              • #22
                Yes my way of thinking was that block containing 4 relays should look neater that four relays with wiring coming out underneath , just personal choice.
                Held back some really thick cardboard from recycling today and should be able to cobble up a nice template for motor mount .

                Bob

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by John A. Ross View Post
                  only plug I can think of is on wiper motoror on alternator

                  I actualy have a relay/fuse base box here but it would not fit the way I wanted. Will send pictures
                  Plug was for inertia cut out .
                  Bleeper arrived ,THANKS now where's the wiring diagram loaded?

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                  • #24
                    Bob

                    Dave got his as well

                    Red goes to sidelight wire
                    Black to interior light switch wire at door
                    Yellow is optional for ignition "on" (coil energised) which is usually white on standard imp as lights will drain battery but coil on (if oints closed) will boil the coil.

                    Volume control is how much you cover the aperture on teh sounder

                    Dave might share where he added his one.

                    / John

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