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kjfrankie

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About kjfrankie

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  • My. T.C.'s Year
    2010
  1. Outside (Ambient) Temp

    Can anyone help me locate the outside temp sender on my connect please? It is constantly reading 45C! Van in question is a 2010 Ford T230 Connect Base 90, 1753CC Diesel, Manual, Van, Gross weight: 2340kg. Many thanks for any forthcoming help.
  2. Hazard warning wire colors

    Many Thanks AVguy2. A great link.
  3. Hazard warning wire colors

    They are quite popular with the police in the UK. Dog vans, Crew Vans and Cell vans.
  4. Hi all. I have bought an ex-police connect, high roof, LWB manufactured in 2010. I have repaired all the holes they left in the roof but I am struggling with the wiring! They ruined the fron radiator grill when removing LED's. I have some amber LED's to fill the ugly holes rather than spend a fortune on a new grill. I want theses LED's to work with the hazard warming lights so believe that If I connect them to the switched positive wire on the hazard warning light switch it should work! Can anybody please tell me the color of the switched positive wire at the back of the switch? Many Thanks
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