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Old 09-08-13, 07:23 AM   #1
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Dear all,

I am attempting to install a gadget into my Peugeot 308. However, it needs to be joining the brake & horn wiring of the vehicle.

I am hereby seek advise on which wire is belong to the horn as well as the brake. In addition, where is the best location of the wiring to be connected of the external wiring.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-08-13, 07:32 AM   #2
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For brake I'd probably say the brake switch light, its usually in the passenger footwell on a long bar that runs the width of the car.
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For brake I'd probably say the brake switch light, its usually in the passenger footwell on a long bar that runs the width of the car.
Thanks, pal.

Will try to look for it. However, any idea for the horn ones?
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Either in the wiring loom behind the wheel or anywhere from where the horn wires come into the bulkhead, assuming you can find them. Horn is usually behind the passenger side wheel arch liner.
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Either in the wiring loom behind the wheel or anywhere from where the horn wires come into the bulkhead, assuming you can find them. Horn is usually behind the passenger side wheel arch liner.
It would be great should the exact location pointed out......

Would it be possible to access the wires which connected at the steering wheel?
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It would be great should the exact location pointed out......

Would it be possible to access the wires which connected at the steering wheel?
This might be the info which I am looking at. However, just can't understand with its languages. Does any experts here mind to translate?

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Managed to locate the brake wires, however still finding the horn ground wires.

Any experts here mind to share?
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