Member Since: 05 Nov 2010
After doing this link mod.. My airbag light is now on.... And goes back off when the link is removed... Is this a side effect or is mine just odd?.
Thanks any body....
14th Mar 2013 4:04 pm
Member Since: 16 Feb 2016
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Very easy to get the sockets working all the time
Drop down the lower glove box to reveal the fuse box
Remove this relay from fuse box
Put in a link wire ..like this
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You will then have permenant power to all 3 aux sockets ( not ciggy lighter ...this still requires ignition on position 1 ) . The 3 sockets are still protected by there original fuses .
I have a GPS speed camera connected to 12v and an iphone charger ..these are on all the time and i can leave my car at the airport for 2 weeks with no ill effects .
Biggest worry is if you leave the ignition on ..this then activates alot of the cars electrics ..this is were people get into trouble ...although i can quite happely leave my car ignition on position 2 for a good 3 hour without any worries .
Was wondering how hard it is to get constant 12v to my sockets!?
So, removing the relay won't cause any problems? And no need to put a fuse in the link wire?
(Sorry, all my electrical "talent" could be listed on the head of an atom!)
15th Mar 2016 1:52 am
Member Since: 22 Feb 2014
Anybody know off hand which relay controls the cig lighter socket, as that's the one I want love all the time. Or is it on a circuit with something else? (Or I will stop being lazy and look at the wiring diagram lol)
Pete.IID, webasto software and workshop facility's available.
30th Jul 2016 10:56 am
Member Since: 15 Jan 2016
I think The front relay is enclosed in the module, so no easy solution for that.
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