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Wiring a Citroen Picasso single 12n socket



 
 
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Old June 16th 05, 12:43 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Mighty Magpie
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Default Wiring a Citroen Picasso single 12n socket

A colleague at work has just acquired a small caravan and he will be using a
Citroen Picasso LX 1800cc 2002 model as the towing vehicle.

To save money he is considering doing the electrics himself after the tow
bar has been fitted. He is a bit of a novice and is asking for help

Does anyone know whether or not it is likely to be a difficult job or are
the connections likely to be easily accessible etc

He is particularly wary of the installation of fitting the "audible sensor
relay" and has visions of having to rip the dashboard out

Is it a simple job?


TIA


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Old June 16th 05, 08:01 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
mindwipe
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Default Wiring a Citroen Picasso single 12n socket


"Mighty Magpie" [email protected] wrote in message
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A colleague at work has just acquired a small caravan and he will be using
a Citroen Picasso LX 1800cc 2002 model as the towing vehicle.

To save money he is considering doing the electrics himself after the tow
bar has been fitted. He is a bit of a novice and is asking for help

Does anyone know whether or not it is likely to be a difficult job or are
the connections likely to be easily accessible etc

He is particularly wary of the installation of fitting the "audible sensor
relay" and has visions of having to rip the dashboard out

Is it a simple job?


TIA


get the genuine kit from citroen
i know its not cheap but its designed for the car
it has inline connectors for the lights(no scotchloks) and you get the
correct instructions that will stop it interfering with the BSI


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Old June 16th 05, 08:01 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
mindwipe
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Default Wiring a Citroen Picasso single 12n socket


"Mighty Magpie" [email protected] wrote in message
...
A colleague at work has just acquired a small caravan and he will be using
a Citroen Picasso LX 1800cc 2002 model as the towing vehicle.

To save money he is considering doing the electrics himself after the tow
bar has been fitted. He is a bit of a novice and is asking for help

Does anyone know whether or not it is likely to be a difficult job or are
the connections likely to be easily accessible etc

He is particularly wary of the installation of fitting the "audible sensor
relay" and has visions of having to rip the dashboard out

Is it a simple job?


TIA


get the genuine kit from citroen
i know its not cheap but its designed for the car
it has inline connectors for the lights(no scotchloks) and you get the
correct instructions that will stop it interfering with the BSI


 



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