geoffbeaumont Posted April 1, 2006 Share Posted April 1, 2006 While I'm slaving away indoors Jonathan's been outside wiring the EDIS power supply up. He's done a nice tidy job with a relay off the immobilised, ignition switched circuitry on the steering column, run the main power cables through a couple of fuse holders and thought it was all done and dusted. Hooked the battery back up and, with a couple of doors open, the EAS dropped onto the stops Everything else is working and the EAS isn't displaying a fault, but it doesn't want to come out to play... Any ideas? It isn't playing by the book at all this time... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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