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Old 19-02-08
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Hi all.

Can anyone help me track down a wiring diagram for a 2002 NM as I've developed an intermittent short for the left hand (as you look at the car) parkers/dash illuminate ciruit. Obviouly not a problem during the day but with the days getting shorter I want to try and get it sorted out so we can see the speedo, etc at night.

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David
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If you have a tow bar the first place I would check is the tow bar wiring. If they connected the parker wire for the trailer plug to that circuit and didn't secure/run it properly it can rub through and short intermittently. Mine did.

Peter
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Old 20-02-08
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If you have a tow bar the first place I would check is the tow bar wiring. If they connected the parker wire for the trailer plug to that circuit and didn't secure/run it properly it can rub through and short intermittently. Mine did.

Peter
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The trailer wiring from the factory is connected to the LH parker/dash light circuit.
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