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Old 28-01-13, 06:41 PM   #1
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Is a new plug or repair section available for the resistor and if so how do you get enough slack on the original to be able to fit it ?
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I tried just fixing the plug, but couldn't get enough in all 3 cars Ive done the fix in and in the process, Ive managed to crimp 4 of the 5 wires and then theres not enough room to crimp the last.

I would personally recommend buying a new loom from Pug, 52 inc VAT and its the newer loom with 4 wires instead of 5 to better handle the power to the plug.
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I tried just fixing the plug, but couldn't get enough in all 3 cars Ive done the fix in and in the process, Ive managed to crimp 4 of the 5 wires and then theres not enough room to crimp the last.

I would personally recommend buying a new loom from Pug, 52 inc VAT and its the newer loom with 4 wires instead of 5 to better handle the power to the plug.
52 quid ????????????? Sod that for a bit of wire and some cheap plugs , I'll hard wire the 4th speed in , Thats all we use up here in the hills anyway lol
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If all you use is top speed....that's probably what killed it
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If all you use is top speed....that's probably what killed it
1, 2+3 are sod all use in Merthyr butt , My Volvo handles full power and aircon constantly on all year round no problem
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Merthyr is a tropical climate compared to me (same height as the highest point on the heads).

You do realise that you compared French electrics to Swedish yes?
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Merthyr is a tropical climate compared to me (same height as the highest point on the heads).

You do realise that you compared French electrics to Swedish yes?
I know all about french elecshittery due to working next door to a shitroen dealer , The 307 will be up for sale soon and another Volvo will be joining the family soon
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Old 29-01-13, 07:24 AM   #8
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Never changing the pollen filter is what really kills them.

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Old 29-01-13, 12:24 PM   #9
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mine looked like it had half a tree in mine when i changed it lol
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Old 29-01-13, 02:06 PM   #10
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mine looked like it had half a tree in mine when i changed it lol
I think I had the other half of the tree when I bought mine but the damage was already done , The filter was changed the following day BTW
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