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Old 19-12-19
Ian H Ian H is offline
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After I'd fitted auto mate with that annoying plug, I bought paddles but not Paddle Mate as that isn't compatible with Auto Mate.

However, the Paddle kit still has that plug so i faced the question of which plug goes in first, Paddle or Auto. They both connect to the plug on the floor but there are two ways to do it.

In my case, the Paddles go in to the plug on the floor and Auto Mate connects to the other end of that loom and they both work as they should.

But it could be done the other way, connecting the Paddle plug to the floor and Auto Mate to the loom. Marshall didn't think it would make any difference either way.
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