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For a MK2 I presume?

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Pin 1 â€" Brown/ yellow wire â€" neg side of ice warning sensor.
Pin 2 â€" Black/ yellow wire â€" Earth.
Pin 3 â€" Violet/ yellow wire â€" ignition switched live.
Pin 4 â€" White/ black wire â€" pos side of ice warning sensor.
Pin 5 â€" White/ blue wire â€" feed from dash illumination.
Pin 6 â€" Yellow/ red wire â€" Earth.
Pin 7 â€" Black/ green â€" drivers side rear door ajar switch.
Pin 8 â€" Black/ white wire â€" boot ajar warning.
Pin 9 â€" Orange/ yellow wire â€" permanent live.
Pin 10 â€" No pin.
Pin 11 â€" White/ blue wire â€" low washer fluid switch.
Pin 12 â€" Black/ orange wire â€" Rear brake pad sensors.
Pin 13 â€" White wire â€" signal from vehicle speed sensor.
Pin 14 â€" White/ black wire â€" link to pin 7 of bulb failure module.
Pin 15 â€" Black/ blue wire â€" drivers side front door ajar switch.
Pin 16 â€" Black/ green wire â€" pin 1 of central timer module.
Pin 17 â€" No pin.
Pin 18 â€" Black/ green wire â€" Pin 2 of central timer module.
Pin 19 â€" Black/ blue â€" Pin 9 of central locking module.
Pin 20 â€" Black/ yellow wire â€" passenger side front door ajar switch.
Pin 21 â€" Link to pin 5.
Pin 22 â€" Black/ yellow wire â€" pin 12 of central locking module.
Pin 23 â€" Black/ orange wire â€" Passenger side rear door ajar switch.
Pin 24 â€" No pin.
Pin 25 â€" Black/ yellow wire - Front brake pad sensors.
Pin 26 â€" white/ green wire â€" Low coolant level sensor.

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If there are any systems that you are not fitting such as the pad warning sensors then you need to earth out the wires that are supposed to go to them in order to keep the warning light out.

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
do you mean just send them to an earth point? was speaking to a ford auto electrician the other day and he gave me a circuit diagram that mentioned a shorting bar behind the dash, how do i reach this or would i be ok just sending to an earth point on the bodywork as that is all the other side of the connection runs to
 

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Just any decent earth point will do, when I've fitted AWS to cars in the past I just use the earth wire that feeds the clock unit, a shorting bar is just an earth point.

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i'll have a go at this over weekend, on the small connector am i right thinking the black/yellow and white/blue wires both go to earth with the four violet wires running to pins 3,4,8 and 9 of bulb failure module
 

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[quote name=pete's blue mk2]i'll have a go at this over weekend, on the small connector am i right thinking the black/yellow and white/blue wires both go to earth with the four violet wires running to pins 3,4,8 and 9 of bulb failure module[/quote]

Yep spot on m8, forgot about the smaller plug, the 2 earths allow the outline of the car on the display to light up when the interior illumination is on, are you having a go at the bulb failure module as well? that is a big job, will deffo take you all weekend :L

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im gonna attempt the bulb failure module got all the pin outs already, is it a case of running wires to each corner of the car and just splicing into the existing wires behind each light unit, only other thing im unsure about is where the bulb module sits, ive heard in the passenger footwell but where abouts?
 

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stevedohc16v ,please tell me the pins and plug colour of the central lockins module were i have to tie the wires for ajar doors and boot ajar for aws module.and the washer fluid sensor she have 2 wires on plug one is to aws and ones where i tie? to earth?please help.thanks
 
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