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Old 29-03-16, 11:41 AM   #1
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Default Boxer 2005/6 Wiring Diagrams

Has anybody got wiring diagrams for a Boxer 2005/6 please, or point me in the direction of where to find them? I've searched everywhere I can think of and not been able to find them.

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Old 31-03-16, 02:30 PM   #2
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Go onto the Peugeot Infotec website, register, pay for an hour, make sure the printer has lots of paper and ink and off you go.
Have to say they really take some deciphering as many of the connections between say BSI and BM34 engine fusebox are via CAN so it is just a couple of wires connecting the chips at either end which then interpret the signal from the Comms unit under the steering wheel and switch on (say) the headlamp relay. From the relay the wiring is identifiable in the usual way to the headlamps showing how the connecting plugs are configured etc.
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Old 01-04-16, 05:38 PM   #3
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Thanks for the advice. I've tried looking at the Infotec website but it only seems to give access to owners manuals, I can't see anywhere to register and pay for access to get technical information?

However I have now managed to obtain the Service Manual and Wiring diagrams I needed from 'tradebit dot com' (Cost 7.99). It's worth pointing out that when I bought the Manual to download it didn't initially contain any wiring diagrams, but when I complained about this to the seller they promptly sent me a Zip file with a quite a comprehensive collection. I'm happy to say that I've now used them to fix my problem which was headlights, main & dipped and hazard lights not working - Turned out to be caused by a poor connection to the Multi-function switch box (not the easiest thing to get at)
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