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PaulMc last won the day on October 2 2018

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  1. YWY000080 was also fitted to Rover 75 / MG ZT cars.
  2. et voilà BLACK Sub-divided into five circuits - BLUE Sub-divided into four circuits - GREEN Sub-divided into four circuits - GREY Sub-divided into three circuits - ORANGE Sub-divided into six circuits - YELLOW Sub-divided into five circuits - Supplied (as pictured above) with a 20-Way Splice Connector, Splice Cap and 20 x Sumitomo 090 Terminals. They are £11.95 each + Postage .
  3. The terminals you've pictured, are Sumitomo 090 unsealed terminals to fit the the HM090 and HD090 series of connectors. As Peaklander said, they are for interior light and alarm interior sensor, and should be located behind the headlining, at the top of the driver's side A pillar - The 300Tdi (and 1999MY TD5) used a 'Natural' 4-way HM090 connector for the interior lights, and a Red 3-way HM090 connector for the alarm's interior sensor. The 2002MY TD5 combined these circuits into one Light Grey 10-way HD090 connector, along with the central locking circuits for the tail door.
  4. Sorry for the late reply. The heated seat loom shouldn't affect the operation of the hazard switch. Maverik has already answered correctly, regarding the hazard switch's illumination and operation. It is probably just the bulb. If you remove it from the switch, you can test it by putting 12v across the contacts on the bulb holder.
  5. I posted some info on the crimping tools that I use, here - https://forums.lr4x4.com/topic/14892-wibbly-wobbly-speedo/?do=findComment&comment=802149 (the pictures have been ruined by PhotoBucket 😠 ) I now have two models of reasonably priced (Chinese ) ratchet crimpers in stock, which perform an adequate crimp on these Sumitomo 090 terminals, as well as the TE(AMP) 070 terminals used on the switch connectors - For 0.25 - 1.0mm² For 0.5 - 1.5mm²
  6. That one's the Lucas-Rists 5-way wiper motor connector.
  7. The lighter connector in the forground is the male connector, with pin terminals. The darker connector is the female connector (YPC10038), with receptacle terminals. The female connector is on the vehicle's main harness, the male connector is on the tails from the column switch.
  8. Sumitomo HM090 6-way I can supply both the male and female connectors with terminals. PM me.
  9. Yes. There's a replaceable clear bulb and holder (STC1205) on the underside of the switch body. http://www.rimmerbros.co.uk/Item--i-STC1205
  10. There are several connector manufacturer's products used on the D2's harnesses. PM me on here, with what you're looking for. I've much more than I have listed on eBay. Paul.
  11. The secondary terminal lock will only go in one way. Your picture shows the side that goes into the connector towards the terminals. You have it the correct way up - the 3 x pegs go in above the terminals, stopping the terminal retainers from lifting. This image shows the connector's correct top/bottom orientation - Before inserting the secondary terminal lock, make sure that the terminals are correctly seated in their cavities.
  12. I am. I have the 3-way connectors to fit the TD5 blower. I'll PM you tomorrow.
  13. There's not a 'kit' as such, parts have to be sourced individually. In the case of the grommet 531689 (and some of the screws and washers), you have to buy a bag of 10 AFAIK, all of these parts are available from a main dealer or Genuine Parts reseller, to anyone who orders them. Military parts have always been available from dealers (if you know the Civvy part number) - although, this may have changed. I'll check this out the next time I'm at my local dealer's parts counter. From previous experience, I would take anything John Craddock says, with a LARGE pinch of salt. .
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