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Puma 2.2 2015 Utility XS I have read (hopefully not imagined) that there is a permanently on live (positive) feed that runs from the 'front' to the back (somewhere in the drivers side triangular fabrication that protects the rear of the rear lights). I wondered if this was still true for a 2015 Puma 110 utility? and if so was it still a permanently on live (positive) unfused feed? Thanks Bill PS also would this apply to my 1989 110 TD (now V8)?
Hi all, Firstly, let me apoligize if this has been covered elswhere, but I don't really know what to search for. Aaaaanyway, after fiddling with the electrics on my LHD D2 td5 (`99) the car won't respond any more, and I get the attached display in the dash. There are no other issues (as far as I can tell) and I have no clue as to how to proceed. The fiddling was me trying to figure out why my LH headlamp dipped beam wasn't working, so I extracted the under-dash fusebox and started measuring things. After reassembling everything, the headlamps worked fine, but the ECU/BCU (or somesuch) had decided to become unresponsive. Central locking, key-fob etc. are all dead, and when turning the key to pos2 I get 6 "bings" and the odd B-with-a-slash in the display. So now I have a 2 tonne lump sitting in the carport :-(
I am looking to fit an additional "accessory socket" (aka cig-lighter socket or cigar-lighter socket if you are posh) in the rear of my D2. I have a voltage sensing relay and an inline fuse, so the always on bit shouldn't cause issues. Does anyone know of a convenient place where I can find something to tap into within the cabin? I have had a look at the cabin fuse box, but there don't appear to be any spare live fused supplies...