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Discussion in 'Technical Q&A' started by Jon22, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. Jon22

    Jon22 Karting

    Sep 4, 2004
    110
    Uk
    Full Name:
    Jon
    Mondial T

    I note in the workshop manual that a fuse should be inserted in block 166 to earth the system to allow the fault codes to be displayed. All well and good, but my picture shows a left hand drive car and not a right hand drive car like mine. So i am not sure which one it is. Oh easy I hear you say check for the one missing a fuse, well there is a fuse in each !!! and 1 at each end has blown,!!!!! Could anyone tell me the make / number of the relay to which the test fuse holder is attached or even the colour of the wires.

    Thanks
     
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  3. maserati424

    maserati424 Rookie

    Apr 11, 2004
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    Berlin, Germany
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    frank gablenz
    Is your ABS not working? If the pump of the ABS will not work you also have no servobrake. If fuses are broken first replace them . Maybe it will work then.
    The fuses for ABS are 3 in a row on lefthand cars under the plastik panel on the right side . I believe it will the same on righthand driven cars.
    Its a Teves Mark 2 unit and you can find a thread with the error codes .
    Sorry dont know to put a link to it but its callde ABS error codes.
     
  4. Jon22

    Jon22 Karting

    Sep 4, 2004
    110
    Uk
    Full Name:
    Jon
    thanks

    Ill check and let you know
     

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