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SteveG
post 21st January 2019 22:22
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As it says in the title. These haven't worked for years, thought I'd get round to fixing them

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dante giacosa
post 22nd January 2019 09:36
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If you've got a CF2, Steve; the relay/timer is called N12

and should be a five-pin unit near the fusebox in the car, in the drivers' footwell
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SteveG
post 22nd January 2019 13:58
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QUOTE(dante giacosa @ 22nd January 2019 09:36) *
If you've got a CF2, Steve; the relay/timer is called N12

and should be a five-pin unit near the fusebox in the car, in the drivers' footwell


Is it the 'inaccessible' fuse box that requires the lower dash and column shroud to be removed?

It is a CF2

A few years back, garage diagnosed faulty relay; back then, Alfa wanted 40 for one, but you had to buy a pair.....hence they still don't work (not convinced they are that effective anyway)
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dante giacosa
post 22nd January 2019 14:01
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I've certainly never had to take the column-shroud off for anything; and I've done ALOT of fusebox work-

i think theres two parts to the lower dash on that side; one has the low-beam-load compensator on it, and it all unscrews.
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