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dannyb1
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Hi All

After a bit of advice again!

I have just bought an amber pre heat light to go on the dash of my 813, can anybody offer any help as to best way to wire it in?  At the moment I just have a push and hold switch with 2 wires going to it and think it may go through a relay somewhere and there are 2 terminals on the warning lamp holder which I would like to incorporate.

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Dan if you have only a push and hold switch for youre heaters find the out going side that leads to the heaters put one side of the light to that and the other side to earth so when you push and hold it will be on ,when you let go obviouly it will be off mine is wired simalar but mine connects to the ignition switch on the heat terminal and it works spot on.

I'm loving'it'

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thought it would be something like that but thought I would check in fear of blowing myself up.....again!  

many thanks for the advice

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Danny


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